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1. Emboldened definition is - made bold or bolder : instilled with boldness, courage, or resolution
2. How to use Emboldened in a sentence.
3. Emboldened synonyms, Emboldened pronunciation, Emboldened translation, English dictionary definition of Emboldened
4. Emboldened In English, many past and present participles of verbs can be used as adjectives
5. Knowing that the separation-of-powers insulates them from such legislative overrides, courts may be Emboldened …
6. embolden verb encourage, cheer, stir, strengthen, nerve, stimulate, reassure, fire, animate, rouse, inflame, hearten, invigorate, gee up, make brave, give courage, vitalize, inspirit Emboldened by his success, he started on a second novel.
Embolden, Encourage, Emboldened
7. To make someone brave or willing to take more risks: Emboldened by her earlier success, Lynn’s recent work has been even more imaginative
Emboldened, Earlier, Even
8. At length, Emboldened by the long and patient watchfulness of his enemies, the Huron attempted a better and more fatal aim
9. THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS JAMES FENIMORE COOPER But instead of disconcerting, that inquiring gaze rather Emboldened me
10. Definition of Emboldened in the Definitions.net dictionary
11. What does Emboldened mean? Information and translations of Emboldened in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
12. Emboldened Creations is a non-profit organisation that provides a platform and network for Christian women to be encouraged and to encourage one to be effective Christians whichever industry God placed us …
Emboldened, Encouraged, Encourage, Effective
13. "Emboldened is a clarion call of instruction and inspiration to not settle for fifty percent participation, but for the church to engage one hundred percent of its people in the mission
14. Emboldened meaning Having been made bold
15. They were Emboldened by their great feat.
16. It Emboldened me to ask a question
17. (Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Brontë) This glimpse I had caught of his other side must have Emboldened me, for I resolved to speak to him about the money I had lost
18. (The Sea-Wolf, by Jack London) He was now more sure than ever of his ground, and so Emboldened to proceed in his task
19. Clearly, the career people in the intel community are feeling Emboldened by the White House's recent Iraq embarrassments.: If consumers accept them at retail, these winemakers may be Emboldened to put higher priced wines under the same seal.: Jack, Emboldened by his record-breaking achievements on that tour, refused
20. The lack of progress has hardened feelings of embitterment and Emboldened
21. An Emboldened Extremist Wing Flexes Its Power in a Leaderless G.O.P
22. These wars spawned a new generation of Roman military leaders, Emboldened by the precedent of Marius and Sulla: men like Crassus, Pompey and Julius Caesar, who cultivated cults of personality among me men under their command, and then used their loyal military followings to …
23. They're Emboldened by it." "They feel like they are the guardians to make America great again," he added
24. Emboldened Mental Health also offers sliding-scale rate pricing for those experiencing financial hardships
25. How to say Emboldened in English? Pronunciation of Emboldened with 1 audio pronunciation, 3 synonyms, 13 translations, 3 sentences and more for Emboldened.
26. ‘The players felt Emboldened by the result against Chelsea, sure that they had asserted their right to be considered as worthy heirs to the great United teams.’ ‘Some even suggest a Prime Minister Emboldened by another large majority could go as far as to kick his arch-rival out of …
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28. Emboldened (comparative more Emboldened, superlative most Emboldened) Having been made bold
29. Simple past tense and past participle of embolden They were Emboldened by their success.
30. Verb If you are Emboldened by something, it makes you feel confident enough to behave in a particular way
31. The party has been Emboldened by recent local election successes
32. [be VERB -ed] Four days of non-stop demonstrations have Emboldened the anti-government protesters.
33. Emboldened by what she saw her friend get away with Diana felt able to loosen the shackles a little: 16
34. And the judge Emboldened by the new case management powers decides to put the boot in: 17
35. They are Emboldened to take their practice further and further: 18
36. His kind manner Emboldened her to ask for help: 19
37. His success Emboldened him to expand his business
38. Jack was Emboldened to ask Helen to marry him
39. The Prime Minister was steadily Emboldened by the discovery that he faced no opposition
40. ‘The players felt Emboldened by the result against Chelsea, sure that they had asserted their right to be considered as worthy heirs to the great United teams.’ ‘Some even suggest a Prime Minister Emboldened by another large majority could go as far as to kick his arch-rival out of …
41. The word Emboldened is the past form of embolden in the first person singular.There are other translations for this conjugation.
42. Emboldened by the rapid progress of the landmine issue and rise of the post-modern agenda, the shift to small and light arms in general and rifles in particular seemed obvious and …
43. Are we, as the church, Emboldened, reminded by the Holy Spirit inside us to preach the gospel, and to warn our neighbors that our generation is corrupt, unjust, godless, and in need of a Savior? Paul preached this over 2,000 years ago and it is still a relevant mission today.
44. Synonyms for Emboldened include daring, bold, adventurous, audacious, enterprising, venturesome, gutsy, dashing, nervy and nerved
45. Emboldened: 1 adj made bold or courageous Synonyms: bold fearless and daring
46. This was a huge victory for the Mexican masses; it Emboldened them, and made Lopez Obrador a rallying point for the poor to express their discontent with neo-liberalism and their resistance to the ruling class
47. Three weeks after the Capitol attack, Pekoske's national advisory stated that extremists harboring a volatile mix of grievances "may be Emboldened" by the …
48. List of hate groups in the area ‘Emboldened’ in current political climate
49. “Joe Biden has Emboldened drug cartels and human smugglers.” “In Pinal County, there has been a massive increase in illegal drug trafficking by bold and dangerous cartels
50. Iraqi pro-Iran groups Emboldened by Biden win, alarming officials in Baghdad Factions supported by Tehran hope next US president will roll back Trump’s policies; some say that with 2 …
51. A leading United Nations human rights expert claims the Myanmar military is carrying out "war crimes" against ethnic minorities, Emboldened by …
Expert, Ethnic, Emboldened
52. The president comes out of the ordeal Emboldened, with a free hand to push the boundaries of executive propriety even further
Emboldened, Executive, Even
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54. An Emboldened Trump is greeted by a few rebukes -- but so many others stay silent Analysis by Zachary B
55. “The president has simply been Emboldened: he is systematically wreaking vengeance on all the people he blames for being impeached,” said Laurence Tribe, a law professor at Harvard University.
encourage, inspirit, hearten, embolden mean to fill with courage or strength of purpose. encourage suggests the raising of one's confidence especially by an external agency. the teacher's praise encouraged the students to greater efforts inspirit, somewhat literary, implies instilling life, energy, courage, or vigor into something.
Definition of emboldened. : made bold or bolder : instilled with boldness, courage, or resolution "This is the way it's gonna be," Stoddard announced.
cheer, hearten, recreate, embolden(verb) give encouragement to. Synonyms: recreate, vivify, jolly up, play, root on, reanimate, hearten, urge, renovate, cheer up, exhort, barrack, urge on, revivify, pep up, chirk up, animate, repair, revive, inspire, jolly along, quicken, cheer.
Definition of embolden. transitive verb. : to impart boldness or courage to : to instill with boldness, courage, or resolution enough to overcome timidity or misgiving Great leaders embolden the rest of us to rise to our highest potentialities, to be active, insistent and resolute in affirming our own sense of things.- Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.