01. Our new puppy is becoming quite [bold], and has started to play with our old dog sometimes.
02. The soldiers marched [boldly] into battle, despite being heavily outnumbered.
03. We need politicians who are [bold] enough and honest enough to say what they really mean to do if elected.
04. His [boldness] in business has won him lots of money, but cost him lots of friends.
05. The painting features [bold], colorful strokes.
06. In a [bold] move, the driver sped past the competition on the last curve and won the race.
07. The words in [bold] are defined in the glossary at the back of the book.
08. You can highlight words in [bold] by pressing control plus b on your keyboard.
09. The young man was [emboldened] by the girl's loving regard to kiss her once more.
10. [Emboldened] by a couple of bottles of beer, he finally got up the courage to ask a girl to dance.
11. The little kitten [boldly] attacked his mother's tail while she slept.
12. The five-year mission of the U.S.S. Enterprise, on the television show "Star Trek," was to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations; to [boldly] go where no man has gone before.
13. The soca music of Barbados blends soul with calypso, making a dance music with [bold] rhythms.
14. Basil King once stated, "Be [bold] and mighty powers will come to your aid."
15. A Danish proverb advises, "Act honestly, and answer [boldly]."
16. A Latin proverb observes that fortune favors the [bold], but abandons the timid.
17. Marcus Annaeus Lucanus once remarked that [boldness] can mask great fear.
18. Timon of Athens once claimed that nothing [emboldens] sin so much as mercy.
19. German philosopher Goethe once said, "Plunge [boldly] into the thick of life!"
20. Victor Hugo wrote that the first symptom of love in a young man is timidity; in a girl [boldness].
21. People are never so [bold] as when they are in a gang.
22. In 1999, UNICEF took the [bold] step of starting home schools for children in Afghanistan at a time when girls were not allowed to attend public school.

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