View definitions for bold
adjective as in brave
adjective as in brazen, insolent
We need bolder action by policymakers to encourage investors.
Searching for such cues may incite children to be bolder in using their eyes to explore what’s around them.
Meanwhile, countries such as Brazil, which have seen emissions climb despite promises to scale them back, would need bolder action to make up for lost time.
Public parks have grown so important during the pandemic that planners are suggesting bold renovations.
“Our nation is struggling, the virus is still not contained, and the American people are counting on Congress to meet this moment with bold, immediate action,” Neal said in a statement.
The well, ghost or no ghost, is certainly a piece of history with a bold presence.
Or bold stands that may not preserve our security today or tomorrow, but keep our principles safely intact?
Then, under the bold headline “Rebooting Spider-Man,” Robinov describes a broad vision for the future of the franchise.
The 2014 election was a wipeout, progressives say, because Democrats lacked a bold economic message to inspire voters.
The declaration adopted by the meeting was a bold step, but it did not a revolution make.
Then Paterno adroitly brought matters to a crisis in a bold peroration which changed the whole scene.
M was a Miser, and hoarded up gold; N was a Nobleman, gallant and bold.
If we had shot 'em without discrimination, the cowards would have got bold, seein' that they weren't safer in rear than in front.
She also played his Fourteenth Rhapsody with orchestral accompaniment in most bold and dashing style.
There are some bold hights dignified as mountains below Coblentz, but the finest of the scenery is above.
On this page you'll find 227 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bold, such as: adventurous, audacious, courageous, daring, fearless, and heroic.
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