adventuresome

adjective
ad·ven·ture·some | \ əd-ˈven-chər-səm \

Definition of adventuresome 

: inclined to take risks : venturesome

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Other words from adventuresome

adventuresomeness noun

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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In addition to the more adventuresome chocolate cake, San Daniele also includes the infinitely more familiar (at this point, cliched) tiramisu. Andrew Marton, star-telegram, "Dining experience at San Daniele in Grapevine can be described in one word: bellisimo | Fort Worth Star-Telegram," 25 Apr. 2018 Her first few years in India were adventuresome for an American woman back then. courant.com, "Elizabeth E. Bharucha," 25 Feb. 2018 The advent of bigger, faster, more dependable machines allows riders to become more adventuresome. John Schandelmeier, Anchorage Daily News, "Despite some rough spots, snowmachine conditions are good in the Interior," 22 Jan. 2018 So for less adventuresome investors, money market funds may be appealing. Carla Fried, New York Times, "For Bond Investors, Low Expectations in a Low-Yield World," 12 Jan. 2018 Bruce Flatt, CEO of Brookfield Asset Management tells Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker that 'these are times not to be over adventuresome'. Bloomberg, "Brookfield Asset Management Trying to be More Careful," 11 Dec. 2017 Thanks to its comedy-musical categories, the Globes can be more adventuresome and inclusive than other awards shows. Rebecca Keegan, HWD, "With Hollywood “on Fire,” Can the Academy Keep Its Cool?," 8 Dec. 2017 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. Roxanne Wyss And Kathy Moore, kansascity, "Indian street food: What is it and where can you find it in KC? | The Kansas City Star," 29 Oct. 2017 To dine around Indy is to discover a tasteful blend of adventuresome cuisine and hearty favorites, served with a healthy dose of hometown pride. Mike And Wendy Pramik, USA TODAY, "10 tastes of Indianapolis for less than $10," 27 Oct. 2017

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First Known Use of adventuresome

1628, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for adventuresome

adventure entry 1 + -some entry 1

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adventuresome

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of adventuresome

: liking to do dangerous and exciting things : seeking adventure

adventuresome

adjective
ad·ven·ture·some | \ əd-ˈven-chər-səm \

Kids Definition of adventuresome

: likely to take risks : daring

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