She has a shameless look, with hard, bold, and dark eyes; and Mr Thomas said no ‘gentleman’ wearing livery will want to receive orders from her.
At that moment, Fix now decided to make a bold move. He resolved to tell Passepartout everything.
He was not bold; rather, he was only innocently affectionate.
Then, being more bold, they took to flying towards the heavens, to mock the angels and our good Lord.
The bold kidnapping was successful.
Hallward painted away with that marvellous bold touch of his, that had the true refinement and perfect delicacy that in art, at any rate comes only from strength.
Health makes you bold.
He then made bold to inquire what business brought him there.
To the bold, the world belongs.
And even if they DO come!" The absence of his family brought him a joyous valor and a sense of bold youthfulness. Although his age might prevent his going to war in the open air, he could still fire a gun,
1. insolent: impertinent, audacious, brassy, brazen, shameless, defiant, forward
2. courageous: confident, brave, daring, intrepid, fearless, stalwart, gallant
3. prominent: conspicuous, evident, strong, obvious, clear, definite, manifest
4. abrupt: precipitous, steep, sheer
5. immodest: broad, indiscreet, frank, unblushing, raw, indelicate