Society has expected them to be high achieving and studious, independent and adventurous, and sexy.
Rob Beyer, the dean of students at Rosslyn, described her as good-humored and adventurous.
AMODELS wanted to create a dollhouse that an adventurous child might dream of, rather than an experienced architect.
Maybe it was the adventurous chronicles of your naval exploits or our timeless sense of pride in service to country.
Gedi may have flown under the radar for centuries, but nowadays, it is a popular destination for adventurous visitors to Kenya.
Some of these adventurous men have been nearly frozen to death.
No adventurous step had ever since the day they were created pierced beyond them.
It was an extraordinary and adventurous journey, often dangerous; but greater danger was to follow.
No one but an adventurous traveller can know the luxury of sleep.
This individual was one of those remarkable characters, formed by the rough and adventurous circumstances of western life.
mid-14c., "hazardous" (also "occurring by chance," late 14c.), from Old French aventuros "chance, accidental, fortuitous;" of persons, "devoted to adventure" (Modern French aventureux), from aventure (see adventure (n.)). Sense evolution is through "rash, risk-taking" (c.1400), "daring, fond of adventure" (mid-15c.).