Synonyms for adventuresome

Grammar : Adj
Spell : ad-ven-cher-suh m
Phonetic Transcription : ædˈvɛn tʃər səm

Définition of adventuresome

Origin :
  • 1731, from adventure + -some (1).
  • adj adventurous
Example sentences :
  • Trying to prove that it happened is the highest work of the Adventuresome.
  • Extract from : « Strictly Business » by O. Henry
  • The ships of Portugal were the most adventuresome of any that ploughed the ocean.
  • Extract from : « Stanley in Africa » by James P. Boyd
  • I realized that I should not be able soon to undertake any adventuresome travels, and I could not reach home by any easy stages.
  • Extract from : « The Boy Spy » by Joseph Kerby
  • Every boy who knows Billy Topsail will welcome this continuation of his adventuresome life in the North.
  • Extract from : « Billy Topsail & Company » by Norman Duncan
  • To understand his art and its actuating impulses it is necessary to know something of his colourful and adventuresome life.
  • Extract from : « Modern Painting, Its Tendency and Meaning » by Willard Huntington Wright
  • One or two adventuresome explorers had looked there and brought back practically all that the world knew of it.
  • Extract from : « Historic Highways of America (Vol. 6) » by Archer Butler Hulbert
  • He was no coward; no man ever dared say that of him; but he seemed to have none of the adventuresome blood of his parents.
  • Extract from : « Wolf Breed » by Jackson Gregory
  • A little later we meet again with the adventuresome Tupper and his flotilla.
  • Extract from : « The Campaign of 1776 around New York and Brooklyn » by Henry P. Johnston
  • Campaigning with the 2d corps in 1864 was strenuous enough to satisfy the most adventuresome.
  • Extract from : « Drum Taps in Dixie » by Delavan S. Miller
  • He was not lazy, but he was adventuresome, and steady employment held for him no attraction.
  • Extract from : « A Pilgrim Maid » by Marion Ames Taggart

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