Bold synonyms

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Intrepid is defined as fearless and brave.
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Of, relating to, or done in preparation for the future:
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Not restrained by a sense of shame or propriety; rudely bold; brazen
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Shamelessly shocking and offensive; impudent; barefaced; immodest; or unblushing.
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Free from fear.
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Involving great risk or danger:
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Going beyond what is right or proper because of an excess of self-confidence or arrogance.
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Forceful and pointed; emphatic:
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Free from flaw, blemish, or impurity:
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Not dyed, twilled, or patterned:
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Arresting the attention and producing a vivid impression on the sight or the mind.
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Clear or brilliant in color or sound; vivid or intense
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(Typography) A font that is dark, having a high ration of ink to white space, written or drawn with thick strong lines.
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The definition of rude is behavior that does not conform to what society says would be polite or good manners or inappropriate subjects of discussion.
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The definition of definite is something that has limits, is clear in meaning, absolutely true and positive.
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The definition of brave is having courage.
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Abrupt is when someone is short or curt in their manner or actions.
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Acclivous - I. Taylor
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Willing to take risks; adventurous
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(Of an act or product) Full of hazard; attended with risk; exposing to danger; requiring courage; rash.
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Having excessive pride in oneself, often with contempt for others.
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Confident; sure of oneself
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Impertinent
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Of great size, extent, or capacity; large
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Remarkable; impressive:
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Arresting, pronounced, or ostentatious:
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(Informal) Impudent; impudently bold.
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(Informal) Saucy; impudent; insolent
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Having the qualities of gallantry and honor attributed to an ideal knight.
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Feeling or showing confidence in oneself; self-assured:
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Easy to notice; obvious:
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Of a person, displaying or possessing courage.
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Incapable of being intimidated or discouraged; fearless.
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Showing initiative and willingness to undertake new projects:
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(Informal) Very distasteful, disagreeable, bad, etc.
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Not cooked, dried, frozen, or spoiled.
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Able to withstand difficult or adverse conditions; robust:
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Scornfully and condescendingly proud.
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Impressive in size or scope; grand:
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Alternative form of hoydenish.
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Not modest
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Not prudent; without thought of the consequences; lacking in judgment or caution; rash; indiscreet
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(Obsolete) Immodest.
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Having sharp projecting points; notched or ragged
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Understanding and tolerant; liberal:
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(Now archaic) Impudent, cheeky, saucy. [from 15th c.]
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Well-developed or toned in musculature:
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Large or imposing, as in quantity, scope, degree, intensity, or scale:
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Small or firm and well-formed:
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The definition of powerful is having a lot of strength, authority or force.
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Resembling a precipice; extremely steep.
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Widely known; specif., significant and widely know within a particular field
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Most important or notable
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Impertinent or disrespectful, often in a way that is regarded as entertaining or amusing; smart.
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Marked by a lack of shame:
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(UK) Stained with semen.
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Ambitious; difficult:
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Thick or strong in structure or substance; solid or substantial:
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Not concealed or disguised; obvious:
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Feeling, exhibiting, or expressing no fear.
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Characterized by or exhibiting vainglory:
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Showing courage or determination; heroic.
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Exhibiting common sense; prudent:
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The act of taking for granted, or supposing a thing without proof; a supposition; an unwarrantable claim.
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Bold courage; daring
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(Typography) The relative weight of a font; the thickness of its strokes.
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Showy courage or defiant confidence, often, specif., when one is actually afraid
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Brilliant technique
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The quality of being doughty.
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(Countable) An act of insolent and shameless audacity.
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Offensively bold behavior.
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The quality of being intrepid; bravery.
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The condition upon which something is presumed
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Foolish or rash boldness; foolhardiness; recklessness
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Timid, shy, and easily embarrassed
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Reluctant to give details about something sensitive; notably prudish.
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(Archaic): Lacking confidence in others; distrustful.
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Not bragging or boasting about oneself or one's achievements, unpretentious, humble.
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Drawing back from contact with others, from publicity, etc.; reserved; shy
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Easily startled; timid:
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Easily frightened; lacking self-confidence; shy; timorous
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(Colloquial) regretful, sorry
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Lacking or resulting from a lack of intelligence:
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Showing patience and humility; gentle.
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Exhibiting the characteristics of a coward, particularly ignoble fear:
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Inclined to feel anxiety or apprehension; timid; nervous.
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Inclined to keep one's thoughts, feelings, and personal affairs to oneself.
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Having little motion or activity; calm.
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The definition of timorous is being scared and shy.
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Of relatively little weight; not heavy:
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Just to all parties; equitable:
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Lacking distinctness; hardly perceptible; striking the senses feebly; not bright, or loud, or sharp, or forcible; weak; as, a faint color, or sound.
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Bold and reckless
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Bold; willing to take risks; adventurous.
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Polite and attentive to women in a courtly way
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Full of mettle; spirited; ardent, brave, etc.
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Having or displaying valour.
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Robust and uninhibited; lusty:
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(Heraldry) Charged or sprinkled with drops.
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Presumptuous; arrogant.
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Held as true or valid without evidence.
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(Typography) Of text emphasized by being set in a font having thicker strokes, yielding a heavier or darker appearance.
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Often encountered or seen:
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Not showing proper respect or manners; insolent; impudent
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Arrogantly impudent; brazen.
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Having or showing excessive and arrogant self-confidence; presumptuous.
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Aggressively ambitious; overly assertive, bold or determined.
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Lively and spirited; jaunty.
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Energetic or quick in movement:
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Marked by casual disrespect; impertinent:
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Having the quality of a smart-aleck; rude, disrespectful
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Made up of short snippets
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(Colloquial) Proud; arrogant; assuming; putting on airs of superiority.
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Haughty or presumptuous, especially for one's rank or social standing:
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Attracting attention; interesting; striking
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Explicitly characterized by or having a particular linguistic feature. For example, girls is marked for plural in English, whereas sheep is not.
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Worth noticing; significant
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A measurable property of a physical system, such as mass or momentum. In quantum mechanics, observables correspond to mathematical operators used in the calculation of measurable quantities. Operators that do not commute , having a nonzero commutator , correspond to observables that cannot be precisely measured at the same time, such as momentum and position.
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Still in existence; not settled or resolved:
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Characterized by the use of a pointed crown, as in Gothic architecture:
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Strongly marked; distinct:
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Attracting or worthy of notice, especially for being unusual or extraordinary:
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Signal means out of the ordinary or remarkable.
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Almost perpendicular; steep:
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Giving safety; reducing danger or harm
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(Dialectal) Able; capable; stout; strong; sound.
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Rude and disrespectful
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Readily attracting notice
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Occupying or restricted to the same level in a hierarchy:
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Abrupt; roughly frank; unceremonious; blunt; brusque.
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a typeface with thick heavy lines
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Pertaining to, or resembling, an excrescence.
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Unfeeling; cruel
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Not modest.
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(Nautical) (of a sailing vessel) able to sail close to the wind with little leeway
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Having enough spirit or enthusiasm; ready (for something)
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Having or showing pluck, courage or spirit in trying circumstances.
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(Archaic, literary) Rudely contemptuous; showing contumely; insolent or disdainful.
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