Thank you so much. The adverb "boldly" qualifies "expressed" not "stolid" It seems that there is a problem in my sentence. sorry for causing you any confusion.Huda, I think you mean
Being irresponsive, she was called "boldly stolid" by most people who expressed themselves.
I have put "boldly stolid" in quotation marks because it is an unusual combination, perhaps even an oxymoron (a word or phrase in which the two parts contradict each other, like "passive-aggressive"; "boldness" would usually implies aggressiveness or activity, while "stolidity" usually requires reserve or inactivity). When such a new combination is created, we usually put it in quotation marks to point out its novelty and make it clear that it is not a mistake.
I meant call as "named as" Thank youI would need information since I don't yet understand your sentence. Yes, "call" can be put in the passive voice, it is done routinely. However, do you mean call as "contacted via email/telephone or other means", or do you mean call as "named as?" These are two different verbs.
Can you give more details of what you want to say?