If thou hast heard a word, let it die with thee; and be bold, it will not burst thee.
Give me a lover bold and free, Not eunuched with formality.
In youth, before I waxe' d old, The blind boy,Venus' baby, For want of cunning made me bold, In bitter hive to grope for honey.
And as she looked about, she did behold, How over that same door was likewise writ, Be bold, be bold, and everywhere Be bold At last she spied at that room's upper end Another iron door, on which was writ Be not too bold.
Johnson's aesthetic judgements are almost invariably subtle, or solid, or bold; they have always some good quality to recommend themexcept one: theyare never right.
He was a bold Man that first ate an Oyster.
It's our own story exactly! He bold as a hawk, she soft as the dawn.
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