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As an adjective, is a person who is very brave and audacious.
My friends think I am a bold person.
by Ana April 10, 2005
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To describe one who has revealed one's self to multiple enemies with a friendly greeting.
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Me: I need some tips so im not alone my whole life
Reagan: be BOLD
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A word written inside the heart of Ghost TnTina's shirt, a girl from the game Fortnite.
Used as a different meaning than the usual one, by Heston Roberts. He associates bold as a way of being kind and positive to the others, as well as good things in general, that are not evil.
"That is so bold of you, thank you so much!"
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Used specifically in Ireland by a parents or teachers to denote when a child has behaved or is behaving badly.
Some chap in my class found an empty birds egg on the beach so carried it home carefully in the car, brought it into school and put it on display. Upon noticing it on display I took the initiative to strength test it and crushed it in my hand. He was very upset upon returning to the display to see it crushed and started crying. When the teacher found out I was denounced as a โ€œbold, bold boy,โ€ to my entire class.

In Ireland if something is fun, it's probably bold.
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"Bold is the feeling in your pants after watching a 3 minute One Rope Bridge."
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