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Just like sex, or being outside, she wants it to feel adventurous and creative, and most of all fun.
In a pandemic, “fun and adventurous” might translate to being creative with the constraints we’re living under, McCann says, such as redecorating a room or camping in the backyard.
If you’re feeling really adventurous, an interesting graphic or perhaps your initials stitched onto the fabric in an eye-popping color can liven up an otherwise drab pair of mittens.
Whatever you choose, odds are that having a goal this year will make the inevitable time you spend in the kitchen a little more satisfying, a little more adventurous, and a little less of a chore.
Janet Griffin, who has steered Folger Theatre on an adventurous Shakespearean course, announced Wednesday that she will retire March 31 after 30 years as its artistic leader.
Gedi may have flown under the radar for centuries, but nowadays, it is a popular destination for adventurous visitors to Kenya.
When it comes to food, are you an adventurous, nose-to-tail kind of eater?
For the adventurous, the area is surrounded by waterfalls, zip lines, and gorgeous mountainous scenery.
I learned some things from my younger self—the adventurous, kindred spirit.
My wife at the time, Lauoreighiya Samcake, who plays Cynthia Morehouse (Wiig), was very adventurous in all matters sexual.
Migration to distant occupations or to foreign lands was but for the adventurous few.
Shortly after this event the Datto, at the age of fifty-nine years, ended his adventurous career in this world, regretted by all.
In all her bold, dashing, adventurous life she had never been confronted by a more difficult problem than this.
She had appealed to the adventurous and lawless spirit in him, the spirit that marked his difference from his family.
The financiers, too, are adventurous-spirited and eager for mechanical progress and technical efficiency.
On this page you'll find 53 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to adventurous, such as: adventuresome, audacious, bold, courageous, enterprising, and intrepid.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.