1envalentonaremboldened by success — envalentonado por el éxito
- to embolden sb to + inf
- her glance emboldened him to approach her — su mirada le dió ánimo / valor para acercársele
- 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.
- 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.
- Grace lifts us, inspires us, frees us and emboldens us to serve God.
- I felt so emboldened by my solitary lunch experience that I then went and sat in the foyer of the National theatre.
- Every story like this emboldens their enemies, undermines their mission, and makes it harder for them to prevail.
- He is so emboldened by his cleverness that he steps into the store to observe the street and society outside.
- He goes on: ‘The falsely bleak picture weakens our national resolve, discourages Iraqi cooperation and emboldens our enemy.’
- The good-bye was difficult for Alice, but she was emboldened by the righteousness of the Southern cause.
- I'm emboldened by Josh's response, and surprised that I've survived yet another workshop in one piece.
- But Young has taken over this season, and the team has been emboldened by his confidence.
- 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.
- 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.
- While learning has changed for students in this new century, we are emboldened by the boundless opportunity presented in our lifetime.
- A simple rule prevails here: The success of terrorists in one part of the terror network emboldens terrorists throughout the network.
- I am emboldened by happy hour's two-for-one drinks, and on my way out, I stop by her seat.
- Withdrawing under fire emboldens our enemies.
- 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.
- We forget how often in history a perceived stumble or the half-measure only emboldens enemies to try what they otherwise would not.
- In the course of the battle three new stewards were elected in the test area and the workers feel emboldened by how they conducted the struggle.
- It emboldens you to do things you wouldn't do on your own.