They must be neither rash nor over bold and should be extremely cautious about operating.
Pythagoras, too, was equally closely pressed, and Diogenes had just sent an over bold lout sprawling on the ground.
Over bold is he who asketh for my palfrey; nothing of mine will I send to him of whom I have nought.
In doing so, she strove hard to be honest and yet not over bold; to be affectionate and yet not unfeminine.
Such criticism is not to be set aside as either incompetent or over bold.
Yes; I—you'll not think me over bold, will you, but I had to find you—won't you sit down here—I can't talk very loudly tonight.
Did some over bold and infamous apparition seek to delude him?