bold definition

  • adjective:
    • Fearless and bold; courageous.
    • Requiring or exhibiting courage and bravery. See Synonyms at courageous.
    • Unduly forward and brazen; impudent: a striking, sassy youngster.
    • Clear and distinct towards the eye; conspicuous: a striking handwriting.
    • Steep or abrupt in grade or terrain: bold cliffs.
    • Printing Boldface.
    • Courageous, daring.
    • having thicker shots as compared to ordinary form of the typeface
    • presumptuous.
    • Forward to fulfill danger; venturesome; daring; not timorous or shrinking from risk; courageous; courageous.
    • Exhibiting or requiring spirit and contempt of risk; prepared with courage; daring; strenuous.
    • In a negative good sense, also forward; using excessive liberties; over assuming or confident; lacking appropriate modesty or discipline; rude; impudent.
    • notably overstepping typical bounds, or mainstream principles, like in art, literary works, etc.; taking liberties in structure or phrase.
    • Standing prominently off to see; markedly conspicuous; hitting a person's eye; in large relief.
    • Steep; abrupt; prominent.
    • clear and distinct
    • very steep; having a prominent and virtually straight front side
    • fearless and daring
  • noun:
    • A dwelling; habitation; building.
    • a typeface with dense hefty lines
  • verb:
    • to produce (a font or some text) bold.
    • becoming or become bold.
  • verb-transitive:
    • to help make bold or bold.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • becoming or come to be strong.
  • others:
    • Daring; courageous; courageous; intrepid; fearless: placed on men or creatures: as, bold as a lion.
    • Requiring or exhibiting nerve; in the pipeline or executed with courage and nature: as, a bold enterprise.
    • Confident; trusting; assured.
    • Forward; impudent; audacious: because, a striking huzzy.
    • Overstepping normal bounds; presuming upon sympathy or forbearance; showing freedom or permit, like in design or appearance: because, a bold metaphor.
    • Standing off to see; striking to your attention; markedly conspicuous; prominent: since, a bold headland; a striking handwriting.
    • Steep; abrupt: since, a striking shore (the one that goes into water nearly perpendicularly).
    • deeply, as liquid, close to the shore; navigable extremely towards the land.
    • In order to make strong; embolden; encourage.
    • In order to become bold.

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