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  • adj. superlative form of bold: most bold.

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Examples

  • Americans watched as Obama executed what he called the "boldest undertaking of a single event in modern history," referring to Osama bin Laden's death.

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  • Americans watched as Obama executed what he called the 'boldest undertaking of a single event in modern history,' referring to Osama bin Laden's death.

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  • Columbia and its crew blasted off April 12, 1981, to begin three decades of shuttle missions with a first test flight that has been called the boldest ever.

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  • Fed in boldest moves since Great Depression is protecting banks at the expense of tax-payers.

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  • The blueprint, known as the Transit Effectiveness Project, calls for eliminating or shortening some bus and streetcar lines and bolstering others; increasing the frequency of service along the busiest corridors; and removing a number of transit stops in what was called the boldest revamp of Muni in a generation.

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  • One of the boldest is the Norwegian coming-of-age comedy "Turn Me On, Goddammit," which chronicles the running combat between its teenage heroine, Alma Helene Bergsholm, and her sex drive.

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  • On Saturday, in what was described as their boldest attack in months, Unita rebels overran the town of Caxito, 60km from the capital Luanda.

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  • Poets should be lawgivers; that is, the boldest lyric inspiration should not chide and insult, but should announce and lead the civil code and the day's work.

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  • Poets should be lawgivers; that is, the boldest lyric inspiration should not chide and insult, but should announce and lead, the civil code, and the day's work.

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  • W.SHINGTON (The Borowitz Report) - In what some are calling the boldest move of his Presidency, Barack Obama broke with a time-honored tradition observed by several US Presidents including George W. Bush by pronouncing the word "nuclear" as it appears in the dictionary.

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