- n a typeface with thick heavy lines
- a fearless and daring
bold settlers on some foreign shore
a bold speech
a bold adventure
- s clear and distinct
a figure carved in bold relief
a bold design
- s very steep; having a prominent and almost vertical front
where the bold chalk cliffs of England rise
- It's a bold hat, but it's a bold night and the glint in Fai's gaze makes you think his magnets are spinning full tilt.
- New 30-second spot airing in Ohio focuses on McCain's "bold solutions" for country's health care problems.
- He was convinced that the bold new industrial age required an equally audacious style of architecture.
- Henry Paulson in Washington Post
I am convinced that this bold approach will cost American families far less than the alternative _ a continuing series of financial institution failures and frozen credit markets unable to fund economic expansion,Paulson said in a prepared...