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In a bold move to try and cut pollution, the city council has banned private cars.
They issued a bold statement calling for an immediate end to nuclear testing.
I was feeling bold, so I went and asked him for more money.
One bird was bold enough to come and peck crumbs from the table.
a shirt with bold blue and yellow stripes
Babies like bold colours.
Her name was written on the envelope in bold black lettering.
The most important items are listed in bold type.
boldly coloured clothes