Thesaurus / venture
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
Was I brave enough to join the venture and risk the after-part?
THE HAUNTS OF OLD COCKAIGNEALEX THOMPSON
It is a rough system, and I am too ignorant to venture to examine it.
A PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY, VOLUME 8 (OF 10)FRANOIS-MARIE AROUET (AKA VOLTAIRE)
That the spring—March, at the latest—is the only season for such a venture there can be no doubt at all.
FARTHEST NORTHFRIDTJOF NANSEN
Of course, in daylight they would not venture to remain near her.
THE THREE MIDSHIPMENW.H.G. KINGSTON
No; I don't, and, of course, I could venture to say that she probably had friends at the stores where she worked.
WARREN COMMISSION (8 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. VIII (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
He is right furious thereat, and raged for two days like a madman, so that I durst not venture near him.
THE LOST TREASURE OF TREVLYNEVELYN EVERETT-GREEN
The rugged merchants laughed, for the venture had been a howling success.
FAMOUS PRIVATEERSMEN AND ADVENTURERS OF THE SEACHARLES H. L. JOHNSTON
I have tried, but in vain, to obtain the same favor for you; but he dare not venture upon it.
THE ADMIRABLE LADY BIDDY FANEFRANK BARRETT
The Boer had taken a risk over this venture, and now he had to pay the stakes.
THE GREAT BOER WARARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
We will venture to say that, warm as was his political partizanship, he never made himself one personal enemy.
YARMOUTH NOTESFREDERICK DANBY PALMER
WORDS RELATED TO VENTURE
- address oneself
- answer for
- commit oneself
- enter upon
- fall into
- go about
- go for
- go in for
- go into
- have a hand in
- have a try
- make a run at
- pitch in
- set about
- set in motion
- set out
- take on
- take the plunge
- take upon oneself
- try out
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