adventuring[ ad-ven-cher ]SEE DEFINITION OF adventuring
Synonyms for adventuring
- be caught short
- defy danger
- expose to danger
- go out of one's depth
- hang by a thread
- leap before looking
- leave to luck
- play with fire
- put in jeopardy
- run the chance
- run the risk
- skate on thin ice
- take a flyer
- take a header
- take a plunge
- take on
- take the liberty
Antonyms for adventuring
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADVENTURING
And yet much of the adventuring of life has been gained afoot.
When we were adventuring in the remoter parts of the world, he was my companion-friend.
But so far, she added humorously, you and Gale have been doing all the adventuring.
In the reckless years of his adventuring he had more than once faced death.
Nevertheless, he could not help a shiver of repugnance to adventuring at such a risk.
He was adventuring, living in the wilderness with bow and arrow.
In any case he was outside the Kaffir pale, adventuring on his own.
It has been to the adventuring class that fur traders have belonged.
They are selfish in their adventuring, for a vision shared is only half a vision.
I know how all this adventuring must appeal to you young fellows.