bold

Bold is a type of text formatting which gives the text a thicker, darker appearance. It is used for titles and for highlighting text, so that the eye is drawn to the text in bold more than the surrounding text.

bold

A typeface which has been enhanced by rendering it in darker, thicker strokes so that it will stand out on the page. Headlines are often set in bold, but italics are generally used when emphasis is needed within
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bold

[adj] - clear and distinct 2. [adj] - fearless and daring
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Bold

Bold (bōld) adjective [ Middle English bald , bold , Anglo-Saxon bald , beald ; akin to Icelandic ballr , Old High German bald , Middle High German balt , D. boud, Goth. balþei boldness, Italian baldo . In German there rema...
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Bold

Bold transitive verb To make bold or daring. [ Obsolete] Shak.
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Bold

Bold intransitive verb To be or become bold. [ Obsolete]
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bold

adjective clear and distinct; `bold handwriting`; `a figure carved in bold relief`; `a bold design`
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bold

adjective fearless and daring; `bold settlers on some foreign shore`; `a bold speech`; `a bold adventure`
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Bold

• (n.) Standing prominently out to view; markedly conspicuous; striking the eye; in high relief. • (n.) Forward to meet danger; venturesome; daring; not timorous or shrinking from risk; brave; courageous. • (n.) Somewhat overstepping usual bounds, or conventional rules, as in art, literature, etc.; taking liberties in composition or ...
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Bold

[horse] Triple Crown wins:Preakness Stakes (1951) 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 killed when struck by lightning at the age of four while pastured at his Upperville, Virginia farm. ==Background== Bold was a dark bay ...
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Bold

[surname] Bold is a surname. Notable people with the name include: ...
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Bold

Bold is British slang for flamboyant, daring, fashionable.
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BOLD

Type: Term Definitions: 1. Acronym for blood oxygen level dependent.
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Bold

A term describing large leaf cut tea.
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Bold

Bold is British slang for flamboyant, daring, fashionable.
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Bold

Typeset in a heavier typeface.
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bold

A firmly played approach to a well -protected pin. Also, too strong or long a shot.
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bold

large leaf cut tea
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Bold

[decoy] Bold (a term derived from kobold) was a German sonar decoy, used by U-boats during the Second World War from 1942 onwards. It consisted of a metal canister about {convert|10|cm|in||abbr=on} in diameter filled with calcium hydride. It was launched by an ejector system colloquially referred to as Pillenwerfer (English: `pill thrower`)...
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Bold

[disambiguation] Bold is a font style used for emphasis. Bold or BOLD may also refer to: ==Places== ==Television== ==Military== ==Other uses== ...
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BOLD

A route that does not have a lot protection
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Bold

A way to make words appear in a bolder font. Words that appear in a bolder font are more likely to b
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Bold

large leaf cut tea
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Bold

[detergent] Bold is a laundry detergent brand owned by Procter & Gamble. It was launched in 1974 as the UK`s first low suds biological detergent. In 1982 it was relaunched as the country`s only combined detergent/conditioner, and has been a popular product since. In 2004 the Bold 2in1 detergent/conditioner product was given a packaging reva...
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Bold

[TV channel] ==Summary== ==Licensing== ...
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