not hesitating or fearful in the face of actual or possible danger or rebuff; courageous and daring: a bold hero. not hesitating to break the rules of propriety; forward; impudent: He apologized for being so bold as to speak to the emperor. necessitating courage and daring; challenging: a bold adventure.
(ˈpeɪlɒn) adjective. (in Latin America) hairless. noun. (in Latin America) a hairless person or animal.
Bold is defined as free in behavior, or prominent. A person who is not afraid to speak up for what he believes, even to people with more power than him, is an example of someone who is bold. A child who is too confident and arrogant as a result of being spoiled is an example of a child who is overly bold.
The Bold Look was a style in men’s clothing and accessories that sought to answer the conservatism, or reserved nature, that had characterized men’s dress during the Great Depression (1929–41) and World War II (1939–45). … They even urged men to be more daring in their choice of color for their suit.
audacieux. More French words for daring. la audace noun. boldness, dare, temerity, audaciousness, enterprise. hardi adjective.
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Wiktionary. palonenoun. A young woman, a girl.
noun. the hair appearing on the body at puberty, esp. the hair at the lower part of the abdomen surrounding the external genitals.
more daring or courageous: He is far bolder than one would imagine. Not to be confused with: boulder – a large rock: The boulder broke loose and tumbled down the mountain.
Bold strongly stands out from regular text, and is often used to highlight keywords important to the text’s content. For example, printed dictionaries often use boldface for their keywords, and the names of entries can conventionally be marked in bold.
dauphin, title of the eldest son of a king of France, the heir apparent to the French crown, from 1350 to 1830. The title was established by the royal house of France through the purchase of lands known as the Dauphiné in 1349 by the future Charles V.
the beautiful girl (pretty girl; doll; manequin)
la jolie fille; le mannequin. jolie fille [la ~] noun.
Pelon is valid Scrabble Word.
NOUN (mild insult or teasing) an expression making fun of people with. bald heads or crew cuts. It implies that they are foolish.
(Polari and other slang) A young woman, a girl.
noun. ball [noun] a round object used in games.
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