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Definition of "emboldening" [emboldening]

  • Present participle of embolden. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "emboldening" in a sentence
  • "As for 'emboldening' America's enemies, I don't believe they read blog's like this."
  • "That capitulation on the Iraq funding bill is really working wonders for Dems, what with sinking in the polls and "emboldening" Bush to use the veto all the time."
  • "There's been a lot of talk these days blaming Jews who criticize Israel for a rise in anti-Jewish expression worldwide, blaming liberals for 9/11, blaming critics of the Iraq fiasco for "emboldening" the enemy, and blaming the hippies and Jane Fonda for the fiasco that was the Vietnam War."
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