adventurously


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ad·ven·tur·ous

 (ăd-vĕn′chər-əs)
adj.
1. Inclined to undertake new and daring enterprises: "routes first sailed ... by another generation of tough, adventurous seafarers, the clipper men" (Tim Zimmermann).
2. Requiring or characterized by boldness or daring; hazardous; risky: adventurous travels.

ad·ven′tur·ous·ly adv.
ad·ven′tur·ous·ness n.
Synonyms: adventurous, adventuresome, audacious, daredevil, daring, venturesome
These adjectives mean inclined to undertake risks: adventurous pioneers; an adventuresome prospector; an audacious explorer; a daredevil test pilot; daring acrobats; a venturesome investor.
Translations
بِصُورَة مُغَامِرَة، بِمُخَاطَرَه
dobrodružně
dristigteventyrlystent
kalandosan
ævintÿralega, glæfralega
dobrodružne
maceracı bir şekilde

adventurously

[ədˈventʃərəslɪ] ADV (= intrepidly) → con espíritu aventurero or emprendedor; (= boldly) → atrevidamente

adventurously

adv (= boldly)gewagt; we should be using the money more adventurouslywir sollten das Geld etwas riskanter einsetzen

adventurously

[ədˈvɛntʃərəslɪ] advavventurosamente

adventure

(ədˈventʃə) noun
a bold or exciting undertaking or experience. He wrote a book about his adventures in the Antarctic.
adˈventurer noun
a person who seeks adventure or fortune.
adˈventurous adjective
liking or eager for adventure(s).
adˈventurously adverb
References in classic literature ?
Formerly I had come to this pond adventurously, from time to time, in dark summer nights, with a companion, and, making a fire close to the water's edge, which we thought attracted the fishes, we caught pouts with a bunch of worms strung on a thread, and when we had done, far in the night, threw the burning brands high into the air like skyrockets, which, coming down into the pond, were quenched with a loud hissing, and we were suddenly groping in total darkness.
When the surface is considerably agitated there are no skaters nor water-bugs on it, but apparently, in calm days, they leave their havens and adventurously glide forth from the shore by short impulses till they completely cover it.
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While it's good to see restaurants adventurously moving from meat-based menus, how many people actually order the feta and beetroot pie?
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Annan finished the game more adventurously as they committed more men forward in an effort to square the match and the final 10 minutes proved to be an anxious spell for the home team as Annan came close on a couple of occasions with an Aidan Smith shot being cleared off the line.
From The Great Railway Bazaar (1975) to The Tao of Travel (2011), Paul Theroux has taught us how to travel: intently, adventurously and lightly.
In order to eradicate terrorism, training-based on modern day grounds are being given to law enforcers.The Inspector General of Police (IGP) Balochistan, Mozam Jha Answari, while addressing to newsmen said, Quetta is at list of terrorism and our forces are fighting adventurously with militants.
Even those who start off well and adventurously scoff olives, avocado and salmon as toddlers can later go through phases where they decide they don't like meat, vegetables or anything they haven't seen before.
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