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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishadventurerad‧ven‧tur‧er /ədˈventʃə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  1 EXPERIENCEsomeone who enjoys adventure an adventurer travelling the world2 old-fashionedDISHONEST someone who tries to become rich or socially important by using dishonest or immoral methods – used to show disapproval
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adventurerI am kind of an adventurer.He saw it as indicating the travel weariness of the great adventurer.Finally, in 1542, the adventurer gave up in defeat and departed.If the adventurers refuse to help, the Ghost will curse them for their callousness and attack.Bluffing means that the adventurers must have a plausible story ready immediately.The puppet performance grows more venomous until the adventurers walk out or the puppets attack.This lasts while the adventurers remain within the Tower and for D10 turns afterwards.
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