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venturesome

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishventuresomeven‧ture‧some /ˈventʃəsəm $ -tʃər-/ adjective formal  BRAVEwilling to take risks syn daring
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venturesomeShe is a widow forty-two years old, intelligent and venturesome.And Edmund was always the more venturesome, and the one that frightened her most.a venturesome spirit
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