bold[ bohld ]SEE DEFINITION OF bold
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BOLD
He was bold enough to brave the consequences of this act, which he foresaw clearly.
Robert left the office, with a bold bearing, but a heart full of trouble.
In our own single manhood to be bold, Fortressed in conscience and impregnable.'
Again we reiterate, only the bold brush could have pleased them.
I tell you all: don't you get so bold as to stand in my road.
The slightest weakness in carrying out her bold plan might cause it to fail.
This was bold, but there was little enough of bravery in my words.
To apply for protection, where authority is defied, is bold.
It is too apt to govern itself by what a bold spirit is encouraged to expect of it.
It is a bold and direct appeal to the best instincts of the heart.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR BOLD
- clearly defined
- not vague