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Tocqueville invested a good part of his fortune in several of these ventures.

Of course the Internet, where the cat is king, has proved a fertile breeding ground for these ventures.

For Union Square Ventures general partner Albert Wegner, the answer might lie is a decidedly less capitalistic place.

Being a celebrity chef, though, sometimes means a harsher spotlight on new ventures.

Compston conceived of ventures on the edge where art meets life, such as boxing matches.

I leave such ventures to you younger men with the fever of life still in your blood.

Mr. Hancock, discreetly holding his peace, attended to his many thriving and very profitable business ventures.

No British minister ventures to say that our fleet is stationed there to protect the integrity of Turkey.

But natheless it may hap that I find a chief who is less afeared of great ventures than thou art, King.

These ventures, and his many journeys, made Raleigh so poor that he finally had to give up all his rights to the land.


On this page you'll find 94 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ventures, such as: deal, undertaking, project, experiment, enterprise, and endeavor.

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