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Boldness

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1. boldness, daring, hardihood, hardiness

the trait of being willing to undertake things that involve risk or danger

Example Sentences:
'the proposal required great boldness'
'the plan required great hardiness of heart'

2. boldness, brass, cheek, face, nerve

impudent aggressiveness

Example Sentences:
'I couldn't believe her boldness'
'he had the effrontery to question my honesty'

3. boldness, strikingness

the quality of standing out strongly and distinctly

Based on WordNet 3.0, Princeton University


Boldness

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adjective
1. 
courageous, confident, and fearless; ready to take risks
2. 
showing or requiring courage
a bold plan
3. 
immodest or impudent
she gave him a bold look
4. 
standing out distinctly; conspicuous
a figure carved in bold relief
5. 
very steep
the bold face of the cliff
6. 
imaginative in thought or expression
the novel's bold plot
7. printing
set in bold face
noun
8. printing short for bold face
verb
9. 
to render (text) in bold face

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Boldness

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adjective
1. 
showing a readiness to take risks or face danger; daring; fearless
2. 
too free in behavior or manner; taking liberties; impudent; shameless
3. 
steep or abrupt, as a cliff
4. 
prominent and clear; striking and sharp
to write a bold hand
5. 
bright and vivid; rich
bold colors
6. 
printed in boldface
7. 
forceful in expression
8.  Obsolete
confident

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Boldness

see synonyms of boldness
adj. bold·er, bold·est
1.
a. Fearless and daring; courageous: a bold leader.
b. Requiring or exhibiting courage or daring: a bold voyage to unknown lands. See Synonyms at brave.
2. Unduly forward and brazen; impudent: a bold, sassy child.
3. Strikingly different or unconventional; arresting or provocative: "[He] laid out a bold, new vision for America's leading universities" (Jerome Karabel).
4.
a. Clear and distinct to the eye; conspicuous: bold colors; a bold pattern.
b. Strong or pronounced; prominent: the bold flavor of ginger.
5. Steep or abrupt in grade or terrain: "The two walk along the high, bold, rocky shore" (Harriet Beecher Stowe).
6. Printing Boldface.

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