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  • As he stopped to meet me, he betrayed a certain slight awkwardness that was strangely at variance with his bold-looking eyes and his firm, sure hand that clasped for a moment in greeting.

    Chapter 2: Challenges

  • GM highlighted this bold-looking concept in a parade of cars during the Detroit show's press preview last Sunday designed to send America the message: "We're not dead, yet!"

    Build It or Bag It?

  • She was a bold-looking girl, of about twenty-seven, with thick hair, a freckled face, and swift, athletic movements.

    Nineteen Eighty-four

  • The other, who appeared actively sustaining the dispute with Mrs. Gray, was a stout, bold-looking, hard-faced person, armed with pistols, of which he made rather an unnecessary and ostentatious display.

    The Surgeon's Daughter

  • Honda's new Ridgeline five-seat pickup is so big and bold-looking you'd think it was made in America.

    ROAD TEST: HONDA RIDGELINE RTS

  • The orchestra began again and several bold-looking men started toward the group.

    Rebellious Desire

  • At the next station a nice young man got in, who soon struck up a conversation with the bold-looking girl.

    Tales From The Secret Annex

  • She was a bold-looking girl, of about twenty - seven, with thick hair, a freckled face, and swift, athletic movements.

    Nineteen Eighty-Four

  • Even the captain -- a big, bold-looking man with a gray mustache and lots of glittering buttons on his blue coat -- stopped at the Bunker table to ask about Mun Bun.

    Six Little Bunkers at Mammy June's

  • As a matter of fact she was hoping to secure a profile view of the bold-looking horseman on the pony.

    The Furnace of Gold

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