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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of adventure.

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Examples

  • And for five years the twain adventured across the Northland, from St. Michael's and the Yukon delta to the head-reaches of the Pelly and even so far as the Peace River, Athabasca, and the Great Slave.

    BÂTARD

  • And for five years the twain adventured across the Northland, from St. Michael's and the Yukon delta to the head-reaches of the Pelly and even so far as the

    Batard

  • And for five years the twain adventured across the northland, from St. Michael's and the Yukon Delta to the head-reaches of the Pelly and even so far as the Peace River, Athabasca and the

    Diable - A Dog

  • Sir Humphrey and such as adventured with him touching new lands to be discovered and conquered by him.

    The Old Dominion

  • The membership of the company was unlimited and was granted by the courts to anyone who had "adventured" £12 10s. for a share of stock or to whom the com - pany had awarded a share of stock for services.

    The Records of the Virginia Company of London

  • "After my encounter with that wolverine and his perambulator I'm kind of adventured out.

    The Time of the Transference

  • Woman that adventured were adventuresses, and the connotation was not nice.

    Chapter 6

  • If I have adventured in a new world of common things, have you not lingered in the old world of great and impossible things?

    The Kempton-Wace Letters

  • We turned our backs upon the river, and for weeks and months adventured in that wilderness where there were no Folk.

    CHAPTER XII

  • And so, while the Western races had squabbled and fought, and world-adventured against one another, China had calmly gone on working at her machines and growing.

    THE UNPARALLELED INVASION

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