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My enumeration should contain four key words:

  1. Aggregate Power
  2. Proximate Power
  3. Offensive Power
  4. Offensive Intentions

I want to enumerate them and take these four key words as the enumeration label. At the same time I would like to set them as \textbf{}.

My attempts were working around the below example:

\begin{enumerate}[Label=\textbf{\item[]}]
    \item[Aggregate Power]
    \item[Proximate Power]
    ...
\end{enumerate}

I would like to avoid writing \textbf{} in every label.

How can I set an item format for the customized but changing labels?

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    why use enumerate if you aren't planning to enumerate them? description might be more apt here.. – Troy Jan 13 '19 at 15:48
  • Related/duplicate: Enumerated description list – Alan Munn Jan 13 '19 at 15:50
  • Read more in this answer. – user156344 Jan 13 '19 at 15:52
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    @JouleV , your answer unfortunately also only uses numeric values which increment automatically. My items however change the label. How can I set a format for a label? – Alex_P Jan 13 '19 at 16:02
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    \usepackage{enumitem} and \begin{description}[format={\bfseries}] \item[Foo] \item[foobar]\end{description} – user31729 Jan 13 '19 at 16:14