emboldened

[ US /ɛmˈboʊɫdənd/ ]
[ UK /ɛmbˈə‍ʊldənd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. made bold or courageous
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How To Use emboldened In A Sentence

  • This construction of a new world order comes from a naïive and untraveled President, emboldened in his ignorance by advisors who have been plotting an aggressive Pax Americana ever since the Soviet bloc's collapse.
  • Only by talking up the economy would business leaders feel emboldened to invest. Times, Sunday Times
  • If Nixon had survived the "third-rate burglary" at the Watergate, how long would his enemies list have grown, and how emboldened would he have become in spying on political rivals? News industry's depression has spillover implications
  • The second phase began when disorder among the Spanish emboldened all the provinces to proclaim William their stadtholder, neatly reaffirming his imperial title while underlining their relative independence.
  • And if anyone was tempted to wager against bond prices, the emboldened bulls were tickled at the opportunity to take their money.
  • This construction of a new world order comes from a naïive and untraveled President, emboldened in his ignorance by advisors who have been plotting an aggressive Pax Americana ever since the Soviet bloc's collapse.
  • The same courage that moved the great poet to write in his own vernacular tongue, instead of in Latin, emboldened the artists to look away from the received standards, and to follow nature. Outline of Universal History
  • Emboldened by their mandate from the voters, the parties challenged de Gaulle at every turn.
  • It makes me feel emboldened. Times, Sunday Times
  • Countries such as Iran, Syria and North Korea have been 'emboldened' by failures in the British and US-led War on Terror, a report warns today. OpEdNews - Quicklink: 'Danger' countries 'emboldened by failures' of Bush & Blair-led war campaigns
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