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adventurism

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishadventurismad‧ven‧tur‧is‧m /ədˈventʃərɪzəm/ noun [uncountable]  when someone who is in charge of a government, business, army etc takes dangerous risks
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adventurismBut above all Fitzgerald envied Hemingway's vigorous worldliness, his swagger and adventurism.The great majority of revolutionary populists resolutely rejected the deception and unprincipled adventurism of a few untypical deviants like Nechaev.
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