Adjective "adventuresome" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ədˈvɛntʃəs(ə)m/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Given to adventures or to running risks; adventurous.
  1. 'The group had a most enjoyable and somewhat adventuresome day trip on Wednesday when they set out on their tour along the scenic Wexford coastline.'
  2. 'I am not adventuresome when it comes to trying new foods, but Jerry tried pretty well everything.'
  3. 'If you have an adventuresome spirit and a passion for the sea, then this is the trip for you!'
  4. 'When we're at our most adventuresome, that's when we produce our best music.'
  5. 'My name's John and I'm a 20 year old Boston native with a great sense of humor and an adventuresome spirit.'
  6. 'In a way, you could say this thrill seeker is also following his father's adventuresome footsteps - his dad once maneuvered a motor boat from Venezuela to Miami.'
  7. 'After 44 adventuresome years living and working in New York City, I returned to rural Clarksville, Tennessee, my hometown, to care for my ailing parents.'
  8. 'They see you as bold and adventuresome, someone who will try anything once; someone who takes chances and enjoys an adventure.'
  9. 'At these times, she feels fearless, adventuresome, and ‘triumphant’.'
  10. 'Obviously the participating museum directors and curators are more adventuresome than most.'

Definitions

1. bold; daring; adventurous.

More examples(as adjective)

"users can be adventuresome."

"spirits can be adventuresome."

"frolics can be adventuresome."

"activities can be adventuresome."