Definition for venture

noun as in gamble, attempt

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The platform is firmly an early-stage venture at the moment, but Curry has big ambitions he’s building toward.

Like many other countries, the UAE wants to capitalize on the rise of small-spacecraft development and “create new business ventures in space,” says Al Amiri.

Mosley ventured out with a mask and a new sense of wariness.

Startups, funding and venture capital23andMe set to go public via a Virgin Group SPAC merger — The transaction is expected to result in 23andMe having around $984 million in cash available at close.

This kind of adaptation would have given animals an advantage as they ventured onto land.

I would venture to say that Advent is something America needs right now, religious or not.

After 10 years, she decided to venture out on her own as an entrepreneur.

Patterson secured the permission of the landowner to venture onto the property.

Some critics of Frank Gehry would venture that he doesn't know the difference.

Minnesotans like it that way: The memory of Jesse Venture looms large in many memories.

However, they were not seen to venture far into the surrounding deciduous forest.

The Spanish troops did not care to venture past a block of buildings in which were the offices and stores of a British firm.

These stakes are gold only as yet, and no man's venture seems over five pounds.

I never dare venture over except as the guest of some more fortunate friend.

The duke expressed his surprise that his majesty should venture alone in so public a place.


On this page you'll find 201 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to venture, such as: deal, endeavor, enterprise, experiment, investment, and project.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.