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adventure

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of adventure

  1. 1 an exciting or noteworthy event that one experiences firsthand our quiet hike turned into quite an adventure when we encountered a bear and her cub Synonyms of adventure emprise, experience, exploit, gest (or geste), happening, time Words Related to adventure escapade, lark, ploy; act, action, deed, doing, feat; episode, occasion; baptism, ordeal, test, trial, tribulation; enterprise, risk, venture; expedition, exploration, mission, performance, quest, stunt Near Antonyms of adventure bore, bummer, bust, downer, drag

  2. 2 a risky undertaking a bold adventure in deep-sea exploration that could imperil the submarine and its crew Synonyms of adventure gamble, chance, crapshoot, enterprise, flier (also flyer), flutter [chiefly British], speculation, throw, ventureWords Related to adventure bet, hazard, stake, wager; liberty; dark horse, long shot, playAntonyms of adventure sure thing


adventure

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of adventure

  1. 1 to place in danger adventured all his savings in a very risky investment scheme Synonyms of adventure endanger, compromise, gamble (with), hazard, imperil, jeopard, jeopardize, menace, peril, risk, ventureWords Related to adventure intimidate, threaten; expose; subject; chance, wagerNear Antonyms of adventure guard, protect, shelter, shield; preserve, resume, save

  2. 2 to take a chance on if I had to adventure a guess, I'd say she's about 35 Synonyms of adventure risk, chance, gamble (on), hazard, tempt, ventureWords Related to adventure beard, brave, brazen, breast, challenge, confront, dare, defy, face, outbrave; compromise, endanger, imperil, jeopardize, menace; expose, subject; bet (on), wager



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