unbold

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle English unbolde, unbald, from Old English unbeald (unbold, unconfident, irresolute), from Proto-Germanic *unbalþaz (unbold), equivalent to un- +‎ bold. Cognate with Old High German unbald (discouraged).

Verb[edit]

unbold (third-person singular simple present unbolds, present participle unbolding, simple past and past participle unbolded)

  1. (typography, transitive) To change (text) from a bold typeface to a non-bolded typeface.

Adjective[edit]

unbold (not comparable)

  1. (typography) Not bold.

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