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  1. ad·ven·ture
    IPA[adˈven(t)SHər]
  2. noun

    verb

    • 1. engage in hazardous and exciting activity, especially the exploration of unknown territory:

      they had adventured into the forest
    • 2. put (something, especially money or one's life) at risk:

      he adventured $3,000 in the purchase of land
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: adventure, plural noun: adventures

    • v.: verb: adventure, 3rd person present: adventures, gerund or present participle: adventuring, past tense: adventured, past participle: adventured

    • noun

      an unusual and exciting or daring experience:

      excitement associated with danger or the taking of risks:

    • verb

      engage in daring or risky activity:

      put (one's money or life) at risk:

    • noun

      a type of tourism involving travel to remote or exotic locations in order to take part in physically challenging outdoor activities:
    • noun

      a type of video game in which the participant plays a fantasy role in an episodic adventure story.
    • noun

      a type of tourism involving travel to remote or exotic locations in order to take part in physically challenging outdoor activities:
    • noun

      a playground containing objects or structures such as ropes, slides, and tunnels, for children to play on or in.
    • noun

      a type of video game in which the participant plays a fantasy role in an episodic adventure story.
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