Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In a bold manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adverb In a bold manner.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adverb In a bold manner; with confidence.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adverb with boldness, in a bold manner

Etymologies

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bold +‎ -ly

Examples

  • This is understandable for a Beta, especially the first beta of a product that follows one that suffered a huge amount of bad press about its supposed poor performance (OK, the RTM had its challenges but SP1 was back on track). this article with a title boldly stating "Windows 7 build 7000 outperforms Vista and XP".

    TechNet Blogs

  • I printed his name boldly on the card to make sure he didn’t miss it.

    Clarity Quest

  • I printed his name boldly on the card to make sure he didn’t miss it.

    Clarity Quest

  • I printed his name boldly on the card to make sure he didn’t miss it.

    Clarity Quest

  • FDR stepped in boldly and decisively and averted a the impending disaster of total economic meltdown and paved the way forward for federal regulation that made sure your Christmas Club account is federally insured.

    Think Progress » More Americans have a ‘favorable’ opinion of the IRS than of the Tea Party.

  • And he passed in boldly, and came out still mocking.

    THE MASTER OF MYSTERY

  • Norton is covering for Chris Evans on his Breakfast Show for two weeks and has been blessed with something most stand-ins can only dream of: his own jingle, full of pizzazz and, crucially, his name boldly proclaimed.

    Breakfast Show

  • In fact, Senator, I applaud them for their courageous and patriotic service in boldly publicizing facts about your service that were relevant to your fitness to serve as president and commander in chief.

    Kerry gets a little swift [boat] justice

  • The Baby Boomers among you will surely share a common memory of sitting in front of an old black-and-white television set and watching in thrall as a goateed man in a plaid shirt -- who signed his name boldly and with great authority -- brought random lines together into coherent images on LEARN TO DRAW, the first-ever art instructional program on TV.

    My First Artist

  • All i want is a nice pressie from Chicago with my name boldly written on it.

    Its my Birthday and I feel loved

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