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Synonyms for adventurous

willing to undertake or seeking out new and daring enterprises

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We are excited and grateful that Go Ape selected Big Brothers Big Sisters to participate in their inaugural National Live Life Adventurously Day.
Getting sick is an unfortunate side effect of eating adventurously.
A young boy who adventurously travels through time experiencing ghosts, goblins, and a creepy woodlands; discovers the true meaning of Christmas in another dimension where he is given a dog named Toby, and meets Caesar and Cleopatra while he and Toby try to stop a crime.
So the capital has a terrific new venue, but time will tell whether the gallerist will program adventurously or resort to lucrative dreck like Damien Hirst and David Bailey's photographic "Stations of the Cross"--the show running at his testing-the-waters Piccadilly gallery when the King's Cross space opened.
Ross' film version three years later did poorly at the box office but was adventurously filmed.
She has ranged widely and adventurously in her repertoire throughout her career, scoring a string of major successes in everything from bel canto to contemporary works.
Owen was among the last to finish -and did so adventurously.
Ask your bank to clarify your initial request, as it would appear that your money is invested more adventurously than you originally thought and, if possible, you could perhaps switch your money into slightly more cautious funds.
These were written over a period of roughly forty years, between 1875 and 1921, and show Faure, at various points, at his most moodily romantic, his most structurally conservative, and his most adventurously modern.
What is happening, it seems, is not simply the third-stream arrival of choreographers, from Glen Tetley to Jiri Kylian, who are neither classic nor modern, but more and more modern choreographers, their style undiluted, contributing, and contributing most adventurously, to the classic repertoire.
Does not the principle of asymmetry empower us to use Levinas more inventively and adventurously than Robbins is willing to?
The very few women who have broken into adventurously admirable areas like state administration, politics, the clergy, medical field, University lectureship, engineering, science, journalism, the legal profession etc.
And she's glad she lived adventurously after leaving home at 15.
More adventurously, he suggests that the sacrament of the anointing of the sick could be administered by lay chaplains.