bold; daring; .
But even the most adventuresome eaters have probably never eaten Maori pikopiko pesto.
The Maori Star Chef Rocking the South Pacific Lea Lane Stern April 1, 2011
adventuresome moviegoers can thank the Oscars as bunnies can thank spring.
The Oscar International Film Festival: ‘Stranger By the Lake’ and Foreign Films You Should Watch Jimmy So February 1, 2014
A difficult feat, to be sure, but not entirely unusual for adventuresome Englishmen and -women.
This Week’s Hot Reads: March 25, 2013 Nicholas Mancusi March 24, 2013
Besides, with her adventuresome and fearless nature, she’d not be satisfied merely to look on from afar—she’d want them to land.
Creatures of Vibration Harl Vincent
Trying to prove that it happened is the highest work of the adventuresome.
Strictly Business O. Henry
And this fellowship, or intimacy, which he courted was destined to send Caillette forth on a strange and adventuresome mission.
Under the Rose Frederic Stewart Isham
He was not lazy, but he was adventuresome, and steady employment held for him no attraction.
A Pilgrim Maid Marion Ames Taggart
Campaigning with the 2d corps in 1864 was strenuous enough to satisfy the most adventuresome.
Drum Taps in Dixie Delavan S. Miller
I realized that I should not be able soon to undertake any adventuresome travels, and I could not reach home by any easy stages.
The Boy Spy Joseph Kerby
The ships of Portugal were the most adventuresome of any that ploughed the ocean.
Stanley in Africa James P. Boyd
1731, from adventure + -some (1).
a woman who schemes to win social position, wealth, etc., by unscrupulous or questionable means. a woman who is an . Contemporary Examples Like a great tabloid headline, The adventuress by N.D. Coleridge promises a lurid story that spares no detail. This Week’s Hot Reads: May 28, 2013 Jen Vafidis May 27, 2013 The adventuress […]
an exciting or very unusual experience. participation in exciting undertakings or enterprises: the spirit of adventure. a bold, usually risky undertaking; hazardous action of uncertain outcome. a commercial or financial speculation of any kind; venture. Obsolete. peril; danger; risk. chance; fortune; luck. to risk or hazard. to take the chance of; dare. to venture to […]
defiance or disregard of accepted standards of behavior. rash or irresponsible policies, methods, or actions, especially in political or international affairs. Contemporary Examples And his adventurism may already have cost the Russian economy about $40 billion. Flex Muscle Spending Has Left Putin’s Russia in an Economic Freeze Frame Daniel Gross April 10, 2014 Seeking to […]
defiance or disregard of accepted standards of behavior. rash or irresponsible policies, methods, or actions, especially in political or international affairs. noun recklessness, esp in politics and finance