having or giving off heat; having a high temperature a hot fire; hot coffee.
having or causing a sensation of great bodily heat; attended with or producing such a sensation He was hot with fever.
creating a burning sensation, as on the skin or in the throat This ointment is hot, so apply it sparingly.
sharply peppery or pungent Is this mustard hot?
having or showing intense or violent feeling; ardent; fervent; vehement; excited a hot temper.
having a strong enthusiasm; eager a hot baseball fan.
sexually aroused; lustful.
Bold [ boʊld ]
In typography, emphasis is the strengthening of words in a text with a font in a different style from the rest of the text, to highlight them. It is the equivalent of prosody stress in speech.
not hesitating or fearful in the face of actual or possible danger or rebuff; courageous and daring a bold hero.
not hesitating to break the rules of propriety; forward; impudent He apologized for being so bold as to speak to the emperor.
necessitating courage and daring; challenging a bold adventure.
beyond the usual limits of conventional thought or action; imaginative Einstein was a bold mathematician.a difficult problem needing a bold answer.
striking or conspicuous to the eye; flashy; showy a bold pattern.
steep; abrupt a bold promontory.
deep enough to be navigable close to the shore bold waters.
typeset in boldface.
Word used in Sentences
1, A little pot is soon hot.
2, Strike the iron while it is hot.
3, A scalded dog thinks cold water hot.
4, Hasty love is soon hot and soon cold.
5, A little pot is soon hot.
6, Hot love is soon cold.
7, Strike while the iron is hot.
8, We must beat the iron while it is hot, but we may polish 19it at leisure20.
9, I eased my stiff limbs into the hot bath.
10, Gender issues have become something of a hot button.
1. A cock is bold on his dunghill.
2. A bold attempt is half success.
3. Fortune favours the bold.
4. a bold attempt is half success.
5. The title is in bold print.
6. The young man is a bold warrior.
7. Mr. White made a bold speech in public.
8. She was a bold and fearless climber.
9. Bold cry, tears the heart drug.
10. Scientists have proposed a bold hypothesis.
before 1000; 1920–25 for def. 23; Middle English ho(o)t,Old English hāt; cognate with Dutch heet,Old Norse heitr,Swedish het,Danish hed,German heiss
First recorded before 1000; Middle English bald, bold, Old English b(e)ald; cognate with Old Saxon, Old High German bald, Dutch boud “bold,” Old Norse ballr “dire,” from unattested Germanic bálthaz; akin to Welsh balch “proud,” Irish balc “strong”