- v. present participle of venture.
“His bravery came in venturing out into the public eye, where his appearance and strength could be observed and discussed.”
“You may be damn well assured that I take care in venturing some of my opinions to my friends – the closer the friendship, the greater thecare.”
“No more doughty nor daring was Columbus, venturing all that he was to the unknown, than was Jerry in venturing this jungle-darkness of black Malaita.”
“He greatly dared, for in venturing the water he broke one of the greatest and earliest taboos he had learned.”
“IT is as the author of Irish books that Maria Edgeworth's fame stands surest, and it is upon this aspect that her present biographer mainly relies in venturing to set foot upon a field which has already been explored by not a few able pilgrims.”
“It grew out of a misunderstanding of the situation, Mr. Jeffrey; excuse me if I supposed you would be likely to provide yourself with some means of defense in venturing alone upon the scene of so many mysterious deaths.”
“Her husband's courage in venturing to leave her behind alone among the rabble of Tankar truly astonished me.”
“The startling Ruth flashed on his mind, like an electric shock; he regretted deeply his imprudence in venturing from camp without his gun, which left him now without the means of defence, or subsistence, and dared not attempt to reach it, where, in all probability, his comrades already were shipped, scalped, and covered with wounds - dead.”
“I know what you must say; yet, once more, I cannot refrain venturing at the liberty of lending you my experience.”
“But those who thus take a pride in venturing upon the borders of sin, and the brink of it, are in danger of falling into the depths of it.”
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