boldadjectiveuk /bəʊld/ us /boʊld/
bold adjective (BRAVE)
- Politicians tried to dress up the bill as a bold new strategy for combatting poverty.
- I thought I'd be bold and make a fashion statement.
- Ending negotiations was seen as a bold stroke by many commentators.
- Of the three organizations criticized, only one was bold enough to face the press.
- The plan to escape was bold and simple.
bold adjective (NOTICEABLE)
- be (as) plain as the nose on your face idiom
- be (right) under your nose idiom
- be etched somewhere idiom
- be writ large idiom
- leap out at sb
- loud and clear idiom
- shine out
- shine through
bold adjective (NOT SHY)