bowled vs bold

bowled bold

Definitions

  • 1) cricket Describing the method of being dismissed in which the ball is bowled, and it hits and breaks the batsman's wicket.
  • 2) Simple past tense and past participle of bowl.

Definitions

  • 1) obsolete A dwelling; habitation; building.
  • 2) presumptuous.
  • 3) Courageous, daring.
  • 4) having thicker strokes than the ordinary form of the typeface
  • 5) Clear and distinct to the eye; conspicuous.
  • 6) Unduly forward and brazen; impudent.
  • 7) Strong or pronounced; prominent.
  • 8) Fearless and daring; courageous.
  • 9) Requiring or exhibiting courage or daring: synonym: brave.
  • 10) Steep or abrupt in grade or terrain.
  • 11) Strikingly different or unconventional; arresting or provocative.
  • 12) Printing Boldface.
  • 13) Somewhat overstepping usual bounds, or conventional rules, as in art, literature, etc.; taking liberties in composition or expression.
  • 14) In a bad sense, too forward; taking undue liberties; over assuming or confident; lacking proper modesty or restraint; rude; impudent.
  • 15) Forward to meet danger; venturesome; daring; not timorous or shrinking from risk; brave; courageous.
  • 16) Standing prominently out to view; markedly conspicuous; striking the eye; in high relief.
  • 17) Steep; abrupt; prominent.
  • 18) Exhibiting or requiring spirit and contempt of danger; planned with courage; daring; vigorous.
  • 19) clear and distinct
  • 20) very steep; having a prominent and almost vertical front
  • 21) fearless and daring
  • 22) transitive To make (a font or some text) bold.
  • 23) obsolete To be or become bold.
  • 24) Tobecomebold.
  • 25) To become bold.
  • 26) To make bold; embolden; encourage.
  • 27) Daring; courageous; brave; intrepid; fearless: applied to men or animals: as, bold as a lion.
  • 28) Confident; trusting; assured.
  • 29) Forward; impudent; audacious: as, a bold huzzy.
  • 30) Deep, as water, close to the shore; navigable very near to the land.
  • 31) Standing out to view; striking to the eye; markedly conspicuous; prominent: as, a bold headland; a bold handwriting.
  • 32) Overstepping usual bounds; presuming upon sympathy or forbearance; showing liberty or license, as in style or expression: as, a bold metaphor.
  • 33) Requiring or exhibiting courage; planned or executed with courage and spirit: as, a bold enterprise.
  • 34) Steep; abrupt: as, a bold shore (one that enters the water almost perpendicularly).
  • 35) obsolete To make bold or daring.

Examples

  • 1) Wipe a whisk and a large mixing bowl with the lemon to remove any grease.
  • 2) Put them in a bowl and set aside.
  • 3) Tip into the bowl of a food processor.
  • 4) Place two drained poached eggs in each bowl then spoon on the remaining yoghurt.
  • 5) Place in a bowl with the olive oil and a little seasoning.
  • 6) There was an increase in overs bowled and wickets taken by spin this year.
  • 7) How much does a spinner need to bowl in first-class cricket to master his craft?
  • 8) Against the seamers, he essentially lines up to off stump and looks to make the bowlers bowl to him, before working to the leg side.
  • 9) Transfer to a large bowl and set aside to cool.
  • 10) It was a good pitch to bowl on but he made the most of it.
  • 11) Place into a bowl or plastic container and put aside.
  • 12) That takes your bowl in a lot of different directions.
  • 13) Wipe the mushrooms and pile into the bowl of a food processor.
  • 14) Who was the best batsman you bowled at?
  • 15) Or we might do something like have a game of bowls.
  • 16) Whisk egg in a shallow cereal bowl and add half.
  • 17) Transfer to a bowl and eat along with the tomato and onion salad.
  • 18) We have not been able to post scores for our bowlers to bowl to.
  • 19) Big wooden bowls filled with primroses and moss look very beautiful.
  • 20) Sometimes that means eating homemade chicken soup from a pretty bowl and.
  • 21) The small movement at the bowl of the spoon turns into a larger movement at the handle.
  • 22) Transfer the drained veg to a large bowl.
  • 23) What excites me about him is he can bowl quick.
  • 24) It can also be injured if you tie your laces too tightly or plant your foot too hard in bowling at cricket.
  • 25) "Louis," she burst out, "I'd rather be a Puritan, I think -- and be all dead and dried up like Aunt Janet, than -- than -- what you call bowled over.
  • 26) This phrase bowled me over, for the proportion thus bluntly stated in figures gave me so logical a conception of his exalted expectations, that I hurried away at once to the director to warn him that the enterprise on which we had embarked would not, after all, prove as easy as we thought.
  • 27) At CES this year, we're kind of bowled over by some of the innovative ways 3D technology is making its way into debuting products.
  • 28) I mean how important is it for your character to be assertive and not simply kind of bowled over by the daughters on this show?
  • 29) 1459: That is the fifth time in six innings Dravid has been bowled, which is a worrying sign.
  • 30) Somethin 'bowled' im clean over, but 'e gets up again an' shows me 'is arm.
  • 31) The statistics are damning: Delhi has recorded the fewest sixes of the three venues, a little more than half those hit in Hyderabad; four scores below 100, one of which was the tournament's lowest total; and 40 % of all wickets falling in the "bowled" column, testifying to the difficulty in predicting the bounce.
  • 32) He was bowled clean over, landing in a heap on the floor a dozen feet away.
  • 33) And I was bowled over from the beginning, although I did not know it.

Examples

  • 1) He is big and bold at his fences and that will get him far.
  • 2) It's the perfect base for bold colour.
  • 3) Big plans and bold choices should work out brilliantly now that ruling planet Mars is in your sign.
  • 4) It was a bold move.
  • 5) A drink or dinner if you're feeling bold.
  • 6) Yet see how she pulls offthe bright, bold make-up colours shown here with such freshness.
  • 7) With the lightest of touches, he layers luxurious fabrics, bold colours and pattern on pattern.
  • 8) A photographic survey spanning the career of the pioneering American known for his bold use of colour and his vivid and mysteriously poetic images.
  • 9) The bold and bright interior design, which has been heavily inspired by pop art, has given the house its biggest transformation yet.
  • 10) Real ministry requires imaginative and bold leadership.
  • 11) He is bold and clear about his beliefs.
  • 12) Yet some investors may hope for bolder moves.
  • 13) The appetite for bigger and bolder bets grew larger.
  • 14) We need to look at bold colours.
  • 15) Opening a restaurant that goes against the grain of current fashions is a bold move.
  • 16) You are also ready to take a bold step into a new working world.
  • 17) You will feel bolder and luckier in all you do.
  • 18) Simple blocks of colour such as these look bold and dramatic.
  • 19) bold designs really suit her as she is so slim up top.
  • 20) Many engineers were worried about this bold feature.
  • 21) So when high street banks suddenly stopped lending to companies last autumn it quickly became clear that bold action was required.
  • 22) Dress up for the office party in sequins and suits or go casual in bold brights for a festive drink with friends.
  • 23) The lines are confident and bold; the animals are vital and alive.
  • 24) We are backing bold stripes, metallic leathers and bold colourful prints.
  • 25) The new man was bold, ambitious and confident.
  • 26) We commend the current government and its predecessor for taking the bold and courageous step to seek to build a new national network.
  • 27) His initial step was one of simple, bold imaginative engagement.
  • 28) A bold, daring piece of storytelling.
  • 29) As sitcom premises go, it is bold and daring - but not that funny.
  • 30) Text enclosed by asterisks was in bold face in the original (* bold*).
  • 31) Text enclosed between tilde characters was in bold face in the original book (~this text is bold~).
  • 32) He applied in public things the Spenserian line, '_Be bold, be bold, and everywhere be bold_,' but neither did he forget the iron door with its admonition, '_Be not too bold_.'
  • 33) Text enclosed between tilde characters was in bold face in the original (~bold face~).
  • 34) The section mentions several migratory statuses without specifically including or excluding inmigrado (emphasis in bold is mine).
  • 35) Right there in bold is the issue with your thinking … Israel has been provoking them for 60 years straight.
  • 36) (The "unsigned" in bold is a little confusing when you're scanning the list, but it just refers to the original price of the books.)
  • 37) Make the title bold and in some color other than the default black.
  • 38) In an emailed statement, Spain's Telefónica SA expressed support for the proposal, which it called a "bold political move to find a long-term structural solution to inject more competition" before "price regulation can be lifted in the coming future."
  • 39) ‘Andreu, one of the world's leading experts in airport design, has been praised for the exceptional engineering which allows his bold ideas to come to life.’
  • 40) ‘To say it is a bold idea is not to say that it's new.’
  • 41) ‘His job has been to head a congregation whose assignment is not to generate new and bold ideas, but to preserve the integrity of the tradition of the church.’
  • 42) ‘I have the experience and I have the bold ideas that I think people can get really excited about in this campaign.’
  • 43) ‘Anything lowering their chances of being spotted by Liches sounded like a good idea, so the tension at Raven's bold suggestion quickly subsided.’
  • 44) ‘Judge Jones was a bankruptcy lawyer and an authority on business law, but has perhaps received more attention for her bold opinions on social issues and criminal law.’
  • 45) ‘But Brian, I'd like you to consider a bold suggestion.’
  • 46) ‘All the bold opinions have been stated and restated for years.’
  • 47) ‘While Nicky watched and marvelled, his father Paul, rating Rio the finest place he has been, was struck by the bold attitudes towards poverty.’
  • 48) ‘The customers' bold suggestion was to launch a restaurant of their own, but Huang was still quite cautious about it.’
  • 49) ‘It is in that light that the bold suggestion is made for a Caribbean Banking Consortium.’
  • 50) ‘It's a bold concept, but one that's smartly conveyed by its paintings and hypnotic jingle.’
  • 51) ‘Without them and their bold thoughts Keighley would not be what it is today.’
  • 52) ‘Because of his bold recommendations to higher headquarters, he was assigned to build up defensive units.’
  • 53) ‘Kamenskii stakes out a series of bold interpretations in this study, ably translated and edited by David Griffiths.’
  • 54) ‘Plato had made the bold suggestion that there might be a single axiom system to embrace all knowledge.’
  • 55) ‘Yet because we yearn to be seen as bold, brave and courageous, we'll take stupid risks to prove our worth.’
  • 56) ‘The others, who had gathered to discuss the problem, gasped in shock at such a bold suggestion.’
  • 57) ‘In its first national advertising campaign, Infinite Spirits took a bold risk.’
  • 58) ‘Most were young, hardy, physically fit, courageous, fearless, bold, endowed with fortitude and endurance, and ever ready for a fight.’
  • 59) ‘No man's Mercedes is safe; the thieves are so bold they'll make off with your vintage automobile with a forklift.’
  • 60) ‘With a shrug, Lenore plopped down on the tiny chair of her table, crossing her legs in a bold manner.’
  • 61) ‘I believe that such feelings will not be considered bold presumption but an act of love.’
  • 62) ‘Whatever bold words she wished to say to her would have to remain behind a careful mouth.’
  • 63) ‘Raven doubted that any woman had ever been this bold with him before.’
  • 64) ‘Like a bold boy at a children's party, he still insists on being the centre of attention even though it's not his birthday.’
  • 65) ‘Utzon's interior design was characterised by bold colours and fantastic shapes.’
  • 66) ‘There is less intricacy of detail, and the bold lines and strong colours relate them to North Indian folk art.’
  • 67) ‘They are like cartoons, with their bold lines, bright colours and flat shapes.’
  • 68) ‘She uses bright colours in bold designs to convey an impression of viewing the basic, unadulterated image.’
  • 69) ‘They are bold shapes; strong blocks of colour defined by thick black lines and veiled with subtle, intricate patterns of feathers, scales and seashells.’
  • 70) ‘The combination of the shapes and bold colours creates a stimulating image.’
  • 71) ‘The Romans called them the ‘painted people’, and the Celtic love of colour is obvious in the bold designs on their floors and walls.’
  • 72) ‘With new paints, dyes and synthetic fabrics, bright bold colour was avidly adopted in all aspects of design.’
  • 73) ‘Young readers will love the bright, bold designs and the luscious colours.’
  • 74) ‘He has composed a series of townships scenes in flat planes of bright and bold colours that clamour for attention.’
  • 75) ‘Using a brush and a matchstick to paint his decoys, Bergman achieved a unique balance between vivid colors, bold lines, and scratch painting.’
  • 76) ‘In Spain he created abstract work featuring vivid colors and bold lines.’
  • 77) ‘Just make sure the colors you choose fit with the bold hues of your design.’
  • 78) ‘The end product is a strong, vibrant painting in bold colours with a wealth of detail capturing the jumble of roofs and chimneys.’
  • 79) ‘The switches are large and solid, and the bold shapes and contours give the impression of utility without ever approaching the austere.’
  • 80) ‘They're also attracted to bright, bold colours and sharp outlines, and any sudden movement may attract their gaze.’
  • 81) ‘His symbolism is strong and his colours are bold.’
  • 82) ‘His designs were bold and sexy, with bright red dominating transparent and undulating fabrics.’
  • 83) ‘Bright colours and clear bold graphics make the menu practical and aesthetically pleasing.’
  • 84) ‘Facing west is a bold design of a fourfold leaf with a tiny, barely noticeable face in the centre.’
  • 85) ‘As if to emphasise the point, the report prints the comment in bold type.’
  • 86) ‘I'd like the following printed on all scorecards in bold type.’
  • 87) ‘Paragraph 3 has a footnote at the end in bold type.’
  • 88) ‘On the list of active chatters, a certain name in bold type sat above everyone else.’
  • 89) ‘The sites associated with the separation between Ethiopia and Europe are also given in bold type.’
  • 90) ‘Such themes are all clearly presented in the body of the commentary and helpfully emphasised in bold type.’
  • 91) ‘Subheadings within chapters are in bold type for easy chapter outlining.’
  • 92) ‘It's not often that an author is prompted to make a statement in bold type to correct what he sees as a gross misunderstanding.’
  • 93) ‘The differences from the previously reported sequences are in bold type’
  • 94) ‘Parameters to which the model is sensitive are in bold type.’
  • 95) ‘It's important to stress the words in bold type.’
  • 96) ‘Significant differences are shown in bold type.’
  • 97) ‘I emphasize the translated word in question in bold type.’
  • 98) ‘Key words and concepts in these lessons are in bold type.’
  • 99) ‘It's his name in bold type above the film's title and his beatific image on the poster.’
  • 100) ‘I noted at the time that each pen was emblazoned in bold type with the word WASHABLE.’
  • 101) ‘Only what is in bold type above was quoted in the evidence to the Court.’
  • 102) ‘Kelman reproduces it, with the cut portions in bold type, emphasising only what a good job was made of editing it.’
  • 103) ‘Predictions of exceptionally high tides are given in bold type.’
  • 104) ‘The final paragraph of the letter, printed in bold type, made it very clear what would happen if they didn't accept.’
  • 105) ‘Google will display the search keywords in bold in your ad if they're present.’
  • 106) ‘The questions will then pertain to that picture and the answers will be listed in bold under the questions.’
  • 107) ‘After I scribble ‘The Dimensional Traveler’ in bold on a blank page, I pick up another blank page.’
  • 108) ‘Pages not for public dissemination should be annotated in bold at the bottom with the reserved term ‘classified.’’
  • 109) ‘Numbers in bold at the beginning of each specimen's name are sample numbers.’
  • 110) ‘You must include the ‘code’ indicated in bold in order for your meta tags to work.’
  • 111) ‘Start putting keyword phrases in bold in the second paragraph.’
  • 112) ‘Unfortunately, it appears to be missing a ‘not’ in a vital sentence in bold on its opening page.’
  • 113) ‘The links are very easily read, the headlines are concise, and the use of bold in the copy allows for skimming without interfering with reading.’
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