"In that case, let our friendship be a caprice," he murmured, flushing at his own boldness, then stepped up on the platform and resumed his pose.
in getting alms for his poor out of Don Marcelo, even carrying his good-natured boldness so far as to try to excuse the marauders on his property. How remote these struggles of a few months ago now seemed to him!
Caution got the boat home, but sometimes boldness brought back a full hold.
It rang out with a determination and a boldness that Flush had never heard in it before.
Pratyahara gives Dhairya (boldness).
Now, my uncle was always remarkable for great boldness, and great presence of mind.
Tis but the boldness of his hand haply, which his heart was not consenting to.
(PT) I wish to congratulate Mr Sousa Pinto on the quality and the boldness of his report.
As a friend, I say to you: Parliament's support will be proportional not to your prudence but to your boldness.
Barroso lacks vision and political boldness, and this does Europe no favours.
the trait of being willing to undertake things that involve risk or danger: fearlessness, temerity, shamelessness, daring, daredeviltry, brazenness, adventurousness, audaciousness, audacity, hardiness, bold, venturesomeness, daredevilry, hardihood
impudent aggressiveness: nerve, cheek, audaciousness, face, audacity, aggressiveness, brass
the quality of standing out strongly and distinctly: strikingness, conspicuousness