Ask Difference

Bolden vs. Embolden — What's the Difference?

Bolden vs. Embolden — What's the Difference?

Difference Between Bolden and Embolden

ADVERTISEMENT

Compare with Definitions

Bolden

Bolden is a 2019 American drama film based on the life of cornetist Buddy Bolden (1877–1931). One of the seminal figures in jazz history, Bolden left no surviving recordings, having been committed in 1907 at age 30 to the Louisiana State Insane Asylum, where he spent the rest of his life after a diagnosis of acute alcoholic psychosis.The musical drama is directed by Daniel Pritzker, and features original music written, arranged and performed by Wynton Marsalis.

Embolden

To foster boldness or courage in.

Bolden

To make bold; to embolden.

Embolden

(transitive) To render (someone) bolder or more courageous.

Bolden

To make bold; to encourage; to embolden.
Ready speakers, being boldened with their present abilities to say more, . . . use less help of diligence and study.
ADVERTISEMENT

Embolden

(transitive) To encourage, inspire, or motivate.

Embolden

To format text in boldface.

Embolden

To give boldness or courage to; to encourage.
The self-conceit which emboldened him to undertake this dangerous office.

Embolden

Give encouragement to

Share Your Discovery

Share via Social Media
Embed This Content
Embed Code
Share Directly via Messenger
Link
Previous Comparison
Antenatal vs. Postnatal
Next Comparison
Joke vs. Rib

Popular Comparisons

Trending Comparisons

New Comparisons

Trending Terms