It was an emboldened Obama, expressing the lessons he learned in dealing with a conservative Congress in his first term.
This emboldened him to add “the usurper that is in the White House … B. Hussein Obama” to the list said in his church on Sundays.
Spirits in Stanleyville were high, and a local 19-year-old was emboldened by independence fever.
They will be emboldened in their tactics and will only demand more and more.
After the election, the administration may be emboldened to take more aggressive action on Syria.
This emboldened the Tibetans, who became more and more audacious.
emboldened by necessity, Hugh left his card, with the words on it: "Come to me; I need you."
emboldened by my one success, I went into the next office without considering the kind of business announced on the door.
The winter had been a hard one, game was scarce and the animal was emboldened by hunger.
The crowd, emboldened, made a rush: surged against his legs.