venturous

[ven-cher-uhs]
adjective

Origin:
1555–65; venture + -ous; see adventurous

venturously, adverb
venturousness, noun
overventurous, adjective
overventurously, adverb
overventurousness, noun
unventurous, adjective
unventurously, adverb
unventurousness, noun
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venturesome or venturous (ˈvɛntʃəsəm, ˈvɛntʃərəs)
 
adj
1.  willing to take risks; daring
2.  hazardous
 
venturous or venturous
 
adj

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He was venturous upon a little scale, and apt to lose his money.
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