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  • verb Present participle of boldface.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • These include changing font size and color, highlighting in color, boldfacing, italicizing, underlining, and striking through.

    First Look: HTC Arrive, Sprint's first Windows Phone

  • The first boldfacing -- "two or three weeks ago" -- is clearly employed for humorous effect, but in general these interruptions provide a kind of rhythm and a different sort of visual orientation for a prose that otherwise abandons the traditional mechanics of prose.

    Performing Its Own Self

  • The first boldfacing -- "two or three weeks ago" -- is clearly employed for humorous effect, but in general these interruptions provide a kind of rhythm and a different sort of visual orientation for a prose that otherwise abandons the traditional mechanics of prose.

    January 2010

  • The first boldfacing -- "two or three weeks ago" -- is clearly employed for humorous effect, but in general these interruptions provide a kind of rhythm and a different sort of visual orientation for a prose that otherwise abandons the traditional mechanics of prose.

    Experimental Fiction

  • Well caught, sharp-eyed ones: boldfacing the subheading does indeed violate that particular stricture of standard format.

    Author! Author! » 2010 » February

  • However, since nonfiction manuscripts and proposals have been routinely boldfacing subheadings and only subheadings for over a decade now — those crotchety old-fashioned editors are partially right about the creeping influence of article practices into the book world, you know — I thought that you should know about it.

    Author! Author! » 2010 » February

  • I'm boldfacing this as done, even though it still scares me and I still need practice.

    List of Stuff to Do, Redux

  • I'm boldfacing this as done, even though it still scares me and I still need practice.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • I'm just going to reprint the article in all its astouding lack of irony, boldfacing lines that particularly give me the chills in their implied meaning.

    Assuring the Palm Beach Crowd

  • Here are several definitions in US law of terrorism, collected here my boldfacing:

    Archive 2007-09-01

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