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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishadventurousad‧ven‧tur‧ous /ədˈventʃərəs/ ●○○ adjective  1 BRAVEnot afraid of taking risks or trying new things Andy isn’t a very adventurous cook.see thesaurus at brave2 (also adventuresome American English)BRAVE eager to go to new places and do exciting or dangerous things
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adventurousShe was naturally adventurous and loved the wild landscape of Colombia with all its beauty and danger.Le Corbusier was the most adventurous architect of modern times, always experimenting with new forms and structures.Here, adventurous artists are encouraged.A gourmet meal does await the adventurous at nearby Keystone Resort.When it comes to shops, the most adventurous he gets is a visit to Marks and Spencer.And they will be cheering you on-as we all do to those more adventurous people we know.Where are the adventurous programmes, the innovation, the unusual?The higher slopes are for the more adventurous skier.adventurous travelersI'm not very adventurous when it comes to trying new food.Pleats create a weird-looking smock effect, appealing to the adventurous with a touch of fashion victim in them.There simply aren't any adventurous women in Herefordshire.
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