To mark (copy) for printing in this type.(verb-transitive)
To set or print in this type.(verb-transitive)
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Use "boldface" in a sentence
"Goldstein: Bloggers, as distinct from other publishers, have less time/willingness to invest time, less money/willingness to invest money, and are interested in boldface instead of subtle."
"I can put the above in boldface if you need me to."
"Here's the quote, with the part that Wehner skips in boldface:"