Examples of adventuresome in a Sentence
not inclined to be adventuresome when it comes to foreign travel, preferring guided bus tours that stick to the beaten path
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The advent of bigger, faster, more dependable machines allows riders to become more adventuresome.
So for less adventuresome investors, money market funds may be appealing.
Bruce Flatt, CEO of Brookfield Asset Management tells Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker that 'these are times not to be over adventuresome'.
Thanks to its comedy-musical categories, the Globes can be more adventuresome and inclusive than other awards shows.
The rising number of immigrants, the adventuresome palates of millennials and the frequency of traveling are driving the popularity of ethnic foods and strongly flavored dishes.
To dine around Indy is to discover a tasteful blend of adventuresome cuisine and hearty favorites, served with a healthy dose of hometown pride.
But for anything besides the burliest of adventuresome explorers, the Everyday Backpack is a solid, if pricey, go-to.
Read more In the months before his death, Mr. Wark completed a memoir of his adventuresome father, Homer: My Father’s Odyssey, published in May as a paperback book through Amazon.com.
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ADVENTURESOME Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of adventuresome for English Language Learners
: liking to do dangerous and exciting things : seeking adventure
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