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Synonyms for venturous

Synonyms for venturous

disposed to venture or take risks

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Richard Hannon, trainer of Madrinho He's been solid all season and was beaten only half a length by Venturous at Doncaster.
Bach's great organ works today is a venturous, hazardous even, act.
The 19 year old quickly understood his judgment was venturous as he later deleted the tweet and added a different comment, saying: "I dunno what to say.
A few millennia ago, venturous individuals did traverse the Arabian shores.
The recent attack on a Chinese construction camp and subsequent kidnapping of the Chinese workers in the border state of South Kordofan by the rebels, SPLM-N, which has ties to South Sudan, highlights the dangers in which Chinese are encountering in its venturous quest in Sudan.
Brits are getting more ad venturous when it comes to breakfast - but are they ready to start the day with a bowl of stew?
2008) Venturous Australia: Building Strength in Innovation, Review of the National Innovation System, Cutler and Co.
New Delhi, June 11 (ANI): Participating in matchmaking shows on Chinese television is going to be far more difficult, for contestants will now have to undergo stricter screening procedures and be cautious before mouthing venturous remarks.
Ah grant me still, their passage to prepare, One venturous bark, and be my life thy care.
However, value for money is also on people's list of priorities and those venturous enough to splash out on the B-Class are guaranteed a car packed full of top-of-the-range specifications that would cost thousands of pounds in "extras" with other manufacturers.
In Australia, the recent Venturous Australia policy document prepared by Terry Cutler and Associates for the Commonwealth Government, owes much to the evolutionary economic way of thinking about innovation.
Conjectures, venturous suggestions or 'evolution of hole-nesting in birds'?