venturesomeness


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ven·ture·some

 (vĕn′chər-səm)
adj.
1. Disposed to venture or to take risks; daring. See Synonyms at adventurous.
2. Involving risk or danger; hazardous: a venturesome expedition up Mount Everest.

ven′ture·some·ly adv.
ven′ture·some·ness n.

venturesomeness

(ˈvɛntʃəsəmnəs) or

venturousness

n
the quality or state of being venturesome
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.venturesomeness - the trait of being adventurousventuresomeness - the trait of being adventurous  
boldness, hardihood, hardiness, daring - the trait of being willing to undertake things that involve risk or danger; "the proposal required great boldness"; "the plan required great hardiness of heart"

venturesomeness

noun
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If this conception of the American future is permitted to go on dominating our national policy, a sense of frustration and futility will increasingly dull the venturesomeness of millions of Americans who are normally courageous and eager to take the risks of pioneering economic developments." (135) But the report did not advocate rolling back the New Deal in its entirety.
256) Indeed, "the phenomenon of leadership is no less real on the market than in any other branch of human activities," and here too there are "pacemakers" who are quick to adjust their actions to the underlying conditions and have "more initiative, more venturesomeness, and a quicker eye than the crowd," and there are "others who only imitate the procedures of their more agile fellow citizens" (Mises, 1998 [1949], p.
The local experts shared the same characteristics (perception of the innovation, venturesomeness, cosmopoliteness, connection to the social system, and experience with an innovation) as the early adopters/opinion leaders.
This personality trait was measured by a 10-item self-reported scale, based on a short version of the Impulsiveness and Venturesomeness subscales from the I7 (Aluja & Blanch, 2007).
Impact of impulsiveness, venturesomeness, and empathy on driving by older adults.
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His so-called counter-republican paradigm in strategic culture was characterized as something between "cautious insularity and daring venturesomeness" (p.
In preparing Southern Honor, I found the same resilience and venturesomeness in the plantation girls that Fox-Genovese conveys through Gayle's diary in this opening scene.
Claudia Johnson sees the "venturesomeness " of Persuasion (1818) as Austen's rejection of prudence (Sense and Sensibility, p.