Definition of venturesome in English:

venturesome

Pronunciation /ˈven(t)SHərsəm/ /ˈvɛn(t)ʃərsəm/

adjective

  • Willing to take risks or embark on difficult or unusual courses of action.

    ‘he took a venturesome approach to the standard operas’
    ‘anyone venturesome enough to try to blaze a trail through it would soon beat a hasty retreat’
    • ‘Thirdly, there was a committed regular audience, which was venturesome and unafraid of risk.’
    • ‘They are more correct in technique and more venturesome in approach.’
    • ‘Their venturesome efforts were rewarded with a fan base of Deadheads that had swelled to a mega-movement by the end of the '70s.’
    • ‘This enabled venturesome radio hobbyists to listen to a much greater variety of radio traffic, and set the stage for scanning twenty years later.’
    • ‘Yet another method, which the companies think venturesome, is the display of their materials on the billboard.’
    • ‘As a general rule, we Bahamians are not very venturesome with our food.’
    • ‘I took a venturesome step: ‘I hope you don't mind, but what kind of cancer do you have?‘’
    • ‘This venturesome quality, the writer considered to be ‘the most distinctive development of American art.’’
    • ‘The variety and balance of the selected wines gives the flights a venturesome quality, and a well-constructed comparison to study and savor.’
    • ‘For the venturesome investor, Europe may be, eventually, a better growth opportunity than the U.S.’
    • ‘His presentation is at once inventive, venturesome, and irenic.’
    • ‘Some historians, pushing now for more microhistory, feel that the field has already been too venturesome.’
    courageous, plucky, fearless, valiant, valorous, intrepid, heroic, lionhearted, manful, macho, bold, daring, daredevil, adventurous, audacious, death-or-glory

Pronunciation

venturesome

/ˈven(t)SHərsəm/ /ˈvɛn(t)ʃərsəm/