overbold


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  • adj

Synonyms for overbold

improperly forward or bold

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And the sons of Aeolus, kings dealing justice, were Cretheus, and Athamas, and clever Sisyphus, and wicked Salmoneus and overbold Perieres.
Although he [the devil] speaks such and so many things and is overbold, never mind-like a serpent he was drawn in with a hook by the Savior, and like a beast of burden he received a halter around the snout, and like a runaway he was bound by a ring for his nostrils, and his lips were pierced by an iron clasp.
For example, on one hand, economists describe entrepreneur as a person who makes production by utilizing the sources gathering the production factors together efficiently, and thus making money in this way; on the other hand entrepreneur is defined as an overbold investor, ambitious and passionate competitor, a customer or an ally in terms of an industrialist entrepreneur.
Satan was so well-equipped, powerful, overbold and intelligent that he rebelled against God.
So the coward and the overbold are concerned with the same things, but are in different conditions with respect to them .
Queally would have taken along time to live it down if his overbold ride in the St James's Palace had tarnished Frankel's unbeaten record, but it's the mark of a top jockey that he can bounce back from high-profile criticism ride as though nothing had happened.
48) She has obviously inherited her father's hot-temperedness and been influenced by him to be overbold in pursuit of desire and to brook no insult; but does this nature and nurture in her background, being beyond her control, make her a mostly forgivable, basically good person, or merely explain her basic badness?