Fueled by an inextinguishable love for Brad Pitt, we ventured beyond just cocktails this week.
The other [option],” for eliminating Obamacare, he ventured, “would be potentially working hard to get Republicans elected.
Indeed, if Obama ventured to go there, few people on the Hill would have his back.
Tara watched as Brendan and Pete ventured together into the surge.
Back then, I stayed among locals and ventured forth into the bazaars.
He listened, ventured an opinion, was heard respectfully and then combated mercilessly.
I will not punish your fault so severely as Alcibiades ventured to hope.
“Apparently he is not a very great friend of yours,” I ventured to remark.
Then he ventured into the heat and glare of Broadway where humanity stewed and wilted.
When it has ventured to express an opinion, however, it has been to concede his unbelief.
mid-15c., "to risk the loss" (of something), shortened form of aventure, itself a form of adventure. General sense of "to dare, to presume" is recorded from 1550s. Noun sense of "risky undertaking" first recorded 1560s; meaning "enterprise of a business nature" is recorded from 1580s. Venture capital is attested from 1943.