(of a person, action, or idea) Showing an ability to take risks; confident and courageous
a bold attempt to solve the crisis
he was the only one bold enough to air his dislike
(of a person or manner) So confident as to suggest a lack of shame or modesty
she tossed him a bold look
(of a color or design) Having a strong or vivid appearance
a coat with bold polka dots
Of a kind of typeface having dark, heavy strokes, used esp. for emphasis
(of a cliff or coastline) Steep or projecting
bold, craggy edges on the lip of the plateau
A bold typeface or letter
difficult words and phrases are highlighted in bold
boldface: a typeface with thick heavy lines
fearless and daring; "bold settlers on some foreign shore"; "a bold speech"; "a bold adventure"
clear and distinct; "bold handwriting"; "a figure carved in bold relief"; "a bold design"
bluff: very steep; having a prominent and almost vertical front; "a bluff headland"; "where the bold chalk cliffs of England rise"; "a sheer descent of rock"
(boldly) with boldness, in a bold manner; "we must tackle these tasks boldly"
In typography, emphasis is the exaggeration of words in a text with a font in a different style from the rest of the text--to emphasize them.
Boldness is an opposite of being shy. A bold person may be willing to risk shame or rejection in social situations, and willing to bend rules of etiquette or politeness. An excessively bold person could aggressively ask for money, or persistently push a person to fulfill some request, and so on. ...
Bold is a late 1980s youth crew hardcore band from Westchester County, New York, which along with bands like Youth Of Today and Side By Side were a part of the Youth Crew, and an influence in the late 80's straight edge hardcore scene. ...
Bold is a fictional character from the animated children's television series The Animals of Farthing Wood based upon the books of the same name by author Colin Dann. Bold is a fox.
Bold (1948–1952) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse that is best remembered for winning the 1951 Preakness Stakes in a long shot victory and for being struck by lightning at the age of four while pastured at his Upperville, Virginia farm.
Bold is a surname and may refer to: * Adam Bold (American author and businessman) * Alan Bold (Scottish writer) * Gary Bold (New Zealand physicist) * Gina Bold (English artist) * Aaron Bold (Lacrosse player) * Samuel Bold (English clergyman)
* Charlie Bold (Major League Baseball player)
To make a selected portion of text have a typeface with thicker and heavier strokes; Courageous, daring; having thicker strokes than the ordinary form of the typeface; presumptuous
labels are required.
A blacker, heavier variation of a typeface, relative to the roman variation.
Approaching a redhead with a licentious proposal.
Usually descriptive of a putt that's hit too hard and goes well beyond the hole, but it might be applied to any shot that carries too far or to a firmly hit approach shot to a pin that's well protected.
A way to make words appear in a bolder font. Words that appear in a bolder font are more likely to be read by humans that are scanning a page.
A version of a typeface in which the letters appear with heavier or thicker lines.
In printing, a heavier version of a particular typeface. An enhancement of the text.
and repeat the title of the article in the first sentence.
Guidebook speak for unprotected, that is, no protection. [Tony Buckley]
A large to very large, well formed and even bean coffee.
refers to an 'overshot' putt resulting from a hard hit.
Bold type appears darker, thicker, and heavier than normal type. Bold type is used for showing emphasis, or for showing separation of content. Headlines are often bolded to differentiate them from the rest of the page.
A style in which characters are thicker or darker than plain characters.