not hesitating or fearful in the face of actual or possible danger or rebuff; courageous and daring:
a bold hero.
not hesitating to break the rules of propriety; forward; impudent:
He apologized for being so bold as to speak to the emperor.
necessitating courage and daring; challenging:
a bold adventure.
beyond the usual limits of conventional thought or action; imaginative:
Einstein was a bold mathematician. a difficult problem needing a bold answer.
striking or conspicuous to the eye; flashy; showy:
a bold pattern.
a bold promontory.
Nautical. deep enough to be navigable close to the shore:
Printing. typeset in boldface.
Obsolete. trusting; assured.
be / make (so) bold, to presume or venture; dare:
I made bold to offer my suggestion.
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courageous, confident, and fearless; ready to take risks
showing or requiring courage: a bold plan
immodest or impudent: she gave him a bold look
standing out distinctly; conspicuous: a figure carved in bold relief
very steep: the bold face of the cliff
imaginative in thought or expression: the novel’s bold plot
(printing) set in bold face
(printing) short for bold face
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impudent; brazen: He had the bold-faced effrontery to ask for a raise. Printing. (of type) having thick, heavy lines. type or print that has thick, heavy lines, used for emphasis, headings, etc. This is a sample of boldface . typeset or printed in boldface. to mark (copy) to be set in boldface. Contemporary Examples At […]
a Chilean evergreen tree, Peumus boldus, cultivated in California for its aromatic foliage.
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the stem or trunk of a tree. any of a variety of soft, unctuous clays of various colors, used as pigments. a medium red-brown color made from such clay. Historical Examples Tom Gerrard Louis Becke The Call Of The South Louis Becke American Forest Trees Henry H. Gibson The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 10, No. 58, […]