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boldly

[ bohld-lee ]
/ ˈboʊld li /
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adverb

without hesitation or fear in the face of risk or danger; courageously:To those who so boldly fought and died for our freedom, I apologize that so many have thrown it away.
without worrying about the opinion or judgment of others:He uttered his prayer loudly, boldly, not caring if the others overheard.
without regard for the rules of propriety or morality; impudently or brazenly:The chutzpah it takes to lie so boldly is epic!
in a way that goes beyond usual limits of conventional thought or action; in a visionary or imaginative way:The new concert hall demonstrates that an intimate musical experience and boldly innovative architecture need not be in conflict.
in a way that is visually striking or arresting; in a showy or flashy way: The boldly striped entrance hall makes a dramatic opening statement in this home.The male is an attractive and boldly marked bird, while the female is comparatively drab.

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Origin of boldly

OTHER WORDS FROM boldly

o·ver·bold·ly, adverbsu·per·bold·ly, adverbun·bold·ly, adverb
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