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Queen Emma, knowing her daughter's indefatigable venturesomeness, had given up accompanying her on her expeditions.
THEIR MAJESTIES AS I KNEW THEMXAVIER PAOLI
She was making a first voyage of discovery in her husband's deepest mind, and she was astonished at her own venturesomeness.
THE HISTORY OF DAVID GRIEVEMRS. HUMPHRY WARD
For a safe mediocrity is indeed praised, but a bold venturesomeness is also admired.
PLUTARCH'S MORALSPLUTARCH
His maps were worthless, and clinging to experience, he showed none of his accustomed (p. 358) venturesomeness.
THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTEWILLIAM MILLIGAN SLOANE
It was the expectation of the Boston shippers that his conservatism would serve as a check upon my rashness and venturesomeness.
MY LIFE IN MANY STATES AND IN FOREIGN LANDSGEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN
No doubt in venturesomeness they surpass those in like circumstances who stayed at home.
THE OLD WORLD IN THE NEWEDWARD ALSWORTH ROSS
Such a jargon of words as were meted out to the would-be voyager for his venturesomeness!
THE BRANDTHERESE BRODERICK
And at such times their venturesomeness both astonished themselves and amused their Prince.
BUNYAN CHARACTERS - THIRD SERIESALEXANDER WHYTE
That was a venture, felt in all its venturesomeness, answered not with encouragement.
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 13, NO. 77, MARCH, 1864VARIOUS
Ranny, with his venturesomeness, had carried it a step further.
THE COMBINED MAZEMAY SINCLAIR
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