Bolding in a sentence

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How to use bolding in a sentence. Bolding pronunciation.

These wells are generally capable of bolding from 3,000 to 10,000 live lobsters.
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A friend of mine, Mr. Bolding, a clergyman, has a son,-a wild fellow, who is likely to get into all sorts of scrapes in England, but with plenty of good in him notwithstanding, frank, bold, not wanting in talent, but rather in prudence, easily tempted and led away into extravagance.
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Trevanion complied; and there arrived a tall fellow, somewhat more than six feet high, answering to the name of Guy Bolding, in a cut-away sporting-coat, with a dog whistle tied to the button-hole, drab shorts and gaiters, and a waistcoat with all manner of strange furtive pockets.
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Guy Bolding had lived a year and a half at Oxford as a "fast man,"-so "fast" had he lived that there was scarcely a tradesman at Oxford into whose books he had not contrived to run.
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Indeed, it would have been my fault if we had not; for Guy Bolding, with all his faults, was one of those excellent creatures who are nobody's enemies but their own.
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Encouraged by these illustrious examples, I had hopes of Guy Bolding; and the more as he was so aware of his own infirmity that he was perfectly contented with the arrangement which made me treasurer of his capital, and even besought me, on no account, let him beg ever so hard, to permit his own money to come in his own way.
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Guy Bolding, who had gone to take leave of his father, was to join me in town, as well as my humbler Cumberland colleagues.
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I had enough to do in sundry small orders for my voyage, and commissions for Bolding, to occupy me some hours.
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I had had time, with the help of a carpenter, to knock up cabins for Vivian, Guy Bolding, and myself in the hold; for thinking we could not too soon lay aside the pretensions of Europe,-"de-fine-gentlemanize" ourselves, as Trevanion recommended,-we had engaged steerage passage, to the great humoring of our finances.
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Vivian, Mr. Bolding, on the one side; Major MacBlarney, Mr. Bullion, Mr. Emanuel Speck, on the other.
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When he resigned the allowance which Roland had made him, his father secretly gave to me, for his use, a sum equal to that which I and Guy Bolding brought into the common stock.
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Glad, too, of a change of scene, I left Bolding in charge of the flocks and bent my course to Adelaide, for the fame of that new settlement had already disturbed the peace of the Bush.
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I had hitherto written but twice to Lady Ellinor during my exile,-once upon the marriage of Fanny with Lord Castleton, which took place about six months after I sailed from England, and again when thanking her husband for some rare animals, equine, pastoral, and bovine, which he had sent as presents to Bolding and myself.
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If those large, serious black eyes took a fierce light instead of a tender; if that nose, which seemed then undecided whether to be straight or to be aquiline, arched off in the latter direction, and assumed the martial, Roman, and imperative character of Roland's manly proboscis; if that face, in childhood too thin, left the blushes of youth to take refuge on two salient peaks by the temples (Cumberland air, too, is famous for the growth of the cheekbone!),-if all that should happen, and it very well might, then, O Blanche, I wish thou hadst never written me those letters; and I might have done wiser things than steel my heart so obdurately to pretty Ellen Bolding's blue eyes and silk shoes.
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I thought of poor Ellen Bolding and her silken shoes.
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Examples of Bolding

Example #1
Small holes in the bottom of the well keep it filled with fresh sea water.
Example #2
Where the pilot-house and engine-house are together the well is either located forward or aft.
Example #3
As a father, then, I take a father's rights, and speak plainly.
Example #4
Now I propose, with your leave, that his father shall advance him L1,500, which shall not, however, be placed in his hands, but in yours, as head partner in the firm.
Example #5
Guy Bolding had lived a year and a half at Oxford as a "fast man,"-so "fast" had he lived that there was scarcely a tradesman at Oxford into whose books he had not contrived to run.
Example #6
And now, since much of the success of my experiment must depend on the friendly terms I could establish with my intended partner, I wrote to Trevanion, begging him to get the young gentleman who was to join me, and whose capital I was to administer, to come and visit us.