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    1. He was bold and determined, he was energetic and he was virile

    2. when Jesus made a bold statement when He said He will

    3. "Did these two bold boys actually hurt either of you then?"

    4. Start a battle, the young Oliver hurried lunges but this bold

    5. I was seduced into revealing many things about myself and he made so bold as to suggest our going to his house “for a drink, as friends”

    6. Then I made so bold as to propose my being godmother to her baby daughter, who will be born in a few moths

    7. There is neither Jew nor Greek; there is neither slave nor free; there is neither male nor female (bold print mine - RR), for you are all one in Christ Jesus

    8. Then, like a bold from the blue, she announces to me:

    9. “Luck helps the bold,” they say

    10. Those who are poor and bold inevitably make bad investments and eventually lose their money

    11. What would I have done in this or that situation? How would I react if I found myself facing similar choices? Would I have been as bold as Menachem and entered into a passionate affair with an English woman, a civil servant, just as he had done? Would I have dared to chase a French politician through the streets of Paris to ask that one final question, a question that resulted in Aban spending three days in a French gaol?

    12. and your Bold and Honest Statements

    13. the sweet shades of nervousness as I too grew bold

    14. these fragile colours, as timid and as bold as you were

    15. The world is suddenly full of bold action,

    16. Being distracted like that, it was then that I surprised a mystical pomegranate tree, her bold round fruit already ripening amongst long, glossy leaves and she actually tried to trip me amongst her roots, lying like stiffened serpents around her base

    17. Despite the chill air, the early hour and his impending death, the soldier cut a fine, bold figure as he accompanied his guards to the gallows, where he stood to attention on the raised platform and looked at the crowd

    18. The bastards had grown bold, and smart; they had another camp we knew nothing about and they attacked without warning, Valotin and I fought thru 20 of the beasts, but they were everywhere

    19. While Alessandra studied the handle, I found another door leading down to the crypt and although it might be a little bold to go creeping about like a burglar, I had to investigate

    20. ‘Who designs the patterns?’ I asked, admiring the bold weave on the loom nearest to me

    21. And when they sang and I saw such a bold display of pride and such skill in crafting mantinada they left me astonished and full

    22. soldier cut a fine, bold figure as he accompanied his guards to the

    23. There are bold acts of faith which a

    24. I have intentionally placed bold exaggerated promises in this book

    25. Now some of you might think that is a bold statement, but you have to

    26. The wicked flee when no man pursues: but the righteous are bold as a lion

    27. Over the door of the tailor's shop, hung the sign, 'Millward's' and under the bold letters: Under New Ownership

    28. “He is the best man who, when making his plans, fears and reflects on everything that can happen to him, but in the moment of action is bold

    29. It is the evidence of a bold stroke of outstanding reason which, among other matters, separates this most respected master from all who came before him

    30. Can I be so bold as to offer you a drink?'

    31. 'Not bold at all! I never turn down the gift of a drink,'

    32. Their ancestors watched the developments of Harry's endeavors carefully, but would not comment or apprize George and Belle until, “the bold experiment had reached the end of its first fragile stage

    33. The Monitor then showed off the following message in big, bold type:

    34. In bold black letters it read – START HERE FIRST

    35. Sunil’s film began to play, but then it got stuck on one frame and this frame stood before the children in big, bold letters

    36. Over that year, Victoria became so bold without Kelvin's or even Alfred's supervision that she sent a lander down to catch as many mid-sized carnivorous inglethors as possible

    37. It was in a lush equatorial highland with bright blue sky and water, bold clouds and bursting greens everywhere else

    38. Teacher Resources – You Tube - Pirates of the Caribbean – My Jolly Sailor Bold – Mermaid Song – udappkumara - 2011

    39. God is bold to call you more than a conqueror (see Rom

    40. The evangelists are bold and aggressive at taking ground

    41. I have seen visions of bold preachers arising on our streets,

    42. For the last time he admired the bold, rustic carvings on

    43. strong; a thief must be bold and so on

    44. The over-trading of some bold projectors in both parts of the united kingdom, was the original cause of this excessive circulation of paper money

    45. And behold, Lord Saint Bodhisattva Lucifer strode With conviction through the amazed crowd of angels, His eye chilling bright power… solid in countenance, With bold body language he would dare to chisel sharp Precise words into perfection—captivating the hearers Into profound insight

    46. couldn’t read more than SALAD, written in big, bold,

    47. He roared back bold defiance, standing there amid a fresh deluge of lances

    48. The merchant is commonly a bold, a country gentleman a timid undertaker

    49. I don’t know how she managed it, it must have been a divine blessing of some sort because she rode up on us that night, bold as anything

    50. The question is, do you know the sacrifices involved in taking such a bold step? This is not just a temporary thing; it will impact on the rest of your life

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    Synonyms for "bold"

    bold bold face boldface bluff sheer impertinent audacious brassy brazen shameless defiant forward confident brave daring intrepid fearless stalwart gallant conspicuous evident strong obvious clear definite manifest precipitous steep broad indiscreet frank unblushing raw indelicate

    "bold" definitions

    a typeface with thick heavy lines

    fearless and daring

    clear and distinct

    very steep; having a prominent and almost vertical front