But this time he was over-bold and not sufficiently watchful.
Perhaps it was my egotism, which made me over-bold, thinking that any woman could love me.
When their words were over-bold she would answer with disdain.
If he had found "Bruce" over-bold, he would have been surprised indeed.
"You are over-bold," she said, a peculiar smile upon her lips.
Not that he had ever been over-bold; he only seemed to surround her with his presence.
She was young, handsome, but over-bold for the taste of a man who was in love with Gladys.
But an over-bold remark in the last line of that song was struck out in 1606; and the new eclogue has no political reference.
Ch'aka walked down his line of slaves until he came to the over-bold one he had half-crippled with a kick the day before.
She turned, bending on him that glance which had made the over-bold glance of princes fall abashed.