venturesome

[ ven-cher-suhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF venturesome

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VENTURESOME

But there are alleys, and alleys, as the venturesome lady found to her cost.

One venturesome damsel goes to the door "Why, it's a young man!"

And there was in him also a fine carelessness as to what he did and a love of venturesome enterprise.

This was no longer the adventure of venturesome children in a nursery-book.

She played ungodly songs, but Mary Hope had a venturesome spirit.

Because I'd rather have you with me, you venturesome youth—then I should know you were safe.

His airy play with the texts of Holy Scripture had been too venturesome for many.

The Emperor died, and his venturesome plan was not proceeded with.

These Mormons were a most venturesome people and daring settlers.

Venturesome people are always on the look-out for fresh excitements.

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