overboldly


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overboldly

(ˌəʊvəˈbəʊldlɪ)
adv
formal in too bold a manner; incautiously
References in classic literature ?
It ought to be less surprising that, since these dreadful words were written of him, more than one magnanimous Englishman has penitently expressed to the author the feeling that he was not so far wrong in his overboldly hazarded convictions.
side overestimated the ardor of Nazi Germany's attempt to secure atomic weapons, and it overboldly expected Hitler, the Waffen-SS, and the Hitler Youth to fight to the death until 1948 in the Bavarian Alps.