adventuresome

[ ad-ven-cher-suh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF adventuresome

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADVENTURESOME

Trying to prove that it happened is the highest work of the Adventuresome.

The ships of Portugal were the most adventuresome of any that ploughed the ocean.

I realized that I should not be able soon to undertake any adventuresome travels, and I could not reach home by any easy stages.

Every boy who knows Billy Topsail will welcome this continuation of his adventuresome life in the North.

To understand his art and its actuating impulses it is necessary to know something of his colourful and adventuresome life.

One or two adventuresome explorers had looked there and brought back practically all that the world knew of it.

He was no coward; no man ever dared say that of him; but he seemed to have none of the adventuresome blood of his parents.

A little later we meet again with the adventuresome Tupper and his flotilla.

Campaigning with the 2d corps in 1864 was strenuous enough to satisfy the most adventuresome.

He was not lazy, but he was adventuresome, and steady employment held for him no attraction.

WORD ORIGIN

1731, from adventure + -some (1).

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