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Having or requiring courage or daring; impudent; conspicuous; abrupt.
resolute (adjective)
unchangeable, unshakeable, dedicated, courageous, unwavering, decided, determined, insistent, thorough, intent, implacable, loyal, diligent, dogged, committed, serious, dauntless, indefatigable, true, uncompromising, iron-willed, tenacious, spunky, strong-willed, plucky, bullheaded, reliable, headstrong, unyielding, valiant, fearless, constant, set, ruthless, stern, unbending, steely, steady, deliberate, strong-minded, devoted, faithful, earnest, resolute, steadfast, hearty, firm, decisive, unflinching, resolved, relentless, persevering, inexorable, persistent, stubborn, willing, tireless, indomitable, zealous, tough, staunch.
brave (adjective)
dauntless, valiant, hardy, gallant, undaunted, fearless, intrepid, stalwart, stouthearted, heroic, valorous, courageous, defiant, chivalrous, confident, brave, unafraid.
insolent (adjective)
rude, defiant, contemptuous, insubordinate, irreverent, candid, flagrant, arrogant, outspoken, disrespectful, sarcastic, derisive, insolent, mouthy, impertinent, outrageous, callous, impolite, cheeky, brazen, audacious, presumptuous, discourteous, saucy, sacrilegious, brash.
tenacious (adjective)
tenacious, brave, strong, tireless, steadfast, persevering, stiff, devoted, hard, stony, obstinate, flintlike, hearty, stubborn, true, determined, indefatigable, fervent, resolute, bullheaded, insistent, strong-willed, plucky, spunky, staunch, dogged, faithful, diligent, dauntless, enduring, obdurate, undaunted, decisive, bulldogged, headstrong, unflagging, tough, persistent, indomitable, courageous.
courageous (adjective)
brave, spunky, stout-hearted, courageous, audacious, plucky, heroic, valiant, fearless, intrepid, unafraid.
defiant (adjective)
recalcitrant, insolent, defiant, insubordinate, conflicting, rebellious, confrontational, challenging, resistant, audacious, stubborn, dissenting, obstinate, insurgent, factious, daring.
Other synonyms:
bleached, full-page, blustering, unmixed, steep, immodest, forward, fresh, dramatic, intrepid, flip, boldface, emboldened, manful, malapert, nerved, reckless, fearless, free-swinging, gauze-like, definite, unmannerly, contumelious, cold, inconsiderate, showy, familiar, brilliant, brave, overfamiliar, assuming, arresting, courtesy, unfearing, capitalise, noticeable, abrupt, bright, vaulting, rash, diaphanous, rough, touch-and-go, unsound, sheer, dotted line, plain, overvaliant, transparent, nervy, adventuresome, outstanding, vapourous, see, daredevil, rank, obvious, unsafe, sassy, striking, gutsy, cocksure, adventurous, observable, marked, uppish, wise, uppity, blunt, commanding, bluff, out-and-out, plain-spoken, right-down, precipitous, venturous, assumptive, see-through, boldfaced, bold face, striking, unmingled, enterprising, catchy, snippety, font, bodacious, attitude, colored, at your own risk, heroical, overconfident, gossamer, copperplate, signal, splashy, temerarious, free, chancy, game, vaporous, heroic, dashing, absolute, cocky, dauntless, salient, uncivil, conspicuous, overreaching, venturesome, flamboyant, stout, brassy, chintzy, mettlesome, cobwebby, lionhearted, gauzy, risky, color-coded, dodgy, brassbound, brusk, smart, brash, horizontal, capitalize, undauntable, fear, open, bold-faced, arch, foolhardy, remarkable, kenspeckle, prominent, downright, greathearted, ablaze, doughty, format, grabby, forward, clean, noisy, snippy, presuming, smart-alecky, pointed, eye-catching, gutty, safety, frank, coarse, impudent, pert, galley, pronounced, pushy, emphatic, brazen-faced, fortitudinous, do-or-die, clear, audacious, filmy.
Examples of usage:
  1. She seemed so thoroughly convinced and bold! - "Paris From the "Three Cities"", Emile Zola.
  2. Yet, for s sake, I was vexed at the bold escape of Carver. Lorna' - "Lorna Doone, A Romance of Exmoor", R. D. Blackmore.
  3. " What a bold- looking woman; I wonder who she is," said Lady Esmondet. - "A Heart-Song of To-day", Annie Gregg Savigny.

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