Bolden

[bohl-duh n]
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Historical Examples of bolden

  • Bolden smiled in recognition while the man was still at some distance.

    Bolden's Pets

    F. L. Wallace

  • Bolden smiled at the doctor's omission and ran his hand through the fur.

    Bolden's Pets

    F. L. Wallace

  • Noticing that Bolden was shivering, he took his hands and examined them.

    Bolden's Pets

    F. L. Wallace

  • Bolden looked askance at the eyes that glowed in the dim interior.

    Bolden's Pets

    F. L. Wallace

  • Bolden got in and started the motors while the animal climbed into the seat beside him.

    Bolden's Pets

    F. L. Wallace


British Dictionary definitions for bolden

Bolden

noun
  1. Buddy, real name Charles Bolden . 1868–1931, US Black jazz cornet player; a pioneer of the New Orleans style
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