English to Maori Meaning of embolden - fakalotolahi'i

Embolden :

manawanui, whakatenatena, te ngakau ake, whāngai, whakahau tenei, fakalotolahi'i

fakamālohiakakama akeemboldeningemboldens
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Definitions of embolden in English
Verb(1) give encouragement to
Examples of embolden in English
(1) centre, embolden, and underline the heading(2) center, embolden, and underline the heading(3) We forget how often in history a perceived stumble or the half-measure only emboldens enemies to try what they otherwise would not.(4) It emboldens you to do things you wouldn't do on your own.(5) A simple rule prevails here: The success of terrorists in one part of the terror network emboldens terrorists throughout the network.(6) I'm emboldened by Josh's response, and surprised that I've survived yet another workshop in one piece.(7) Some even suggest a Prime Minister emboldened by another large majority could go as far as to kick his arch-rival out of the Cabinet altogether.(8) He is so emboldened by his cleverness that he steps into the store to observe the street and society outside.(9) It reminds us that passion still matters, and that a well-crafted symbol can offer inspiration, emboldening us in a world where the possibility of meaningful change sometimes seems beyond our reach.(10) Withdrawing under fire emboldens our enemies.(11) The players felt emboldened by the result against Chelsea, sure that they had asserted their right to be considered as worthy heirs to the great United teams.(12) He goes on: ÔÇÿThe falsely bleak picture weakens our national resolve, discourages Iraqi cooperation and emboldens our enemy.ÔÇÖ(13) She was emboldened by having met a woman of a similar age to herself for whom this strategy had worked, but still she saw it as a big and embarrassing step.(14) In general, liberation makes sacrifice worthwhile, makes you forget whatever doubts you had about the undertaking, and emboldens you to try other hard and risky endeavors.(15) The good-bye was difficult for Alice, but she was emboldened by the righteousness of the Southern cause.(16) But Young has taken over this season, and the team has been emboldened by his confidence.
Related Phrases of embolden
(1) embolden ::
1. fortify ::
3. encourage ::
4. hearten ::
5. strengthen ::
6. brace ::
7. stiffen the resolve of ::
e whakamarokia ano te faaotiraa o
8. lift the morale of ::
ara te ngākau o
9. rouse ::
, whakaohokia
10. stir ::
11. stimulate ::
12. cheer ::
13. rally ::
14. fire ::
15. animate ::
16. inspirit ::
17. invigorate ::
18. buck up ::
Buck ake
1. daunt ::
2. discourage ::
3. dishearten ::
te aau
4. dispirit ::
Different Forms
embolden, emboldened, emboldening, emboldens
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