from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not inclined to undertake new, risky enterprises.
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- adj. Not adventurous
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not adventurous; not bold or resolute.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking in boldness
Hairdresser Nicky Clarke says Kate Middleton's hair is 'unadventurous'
Why is it considered "unadventurous" not to drink one's wine from a baby bottle?
First, I don't consider myself an unadventurous eater.
Riccardo Frizza conducted the unadventurous score.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays Adam, a soft-spoken, unadventurous, unremarkable guy living a comfortable, relatively average life working for a radio station.
Suddenly, rock bands across the indie spectrum sounded uniformly adorable and terribly unadventurous.
Some of us think they are rightful heirs to the gentle-folk-pop throne; others think they write nauseating, unadventurous songs that have been a pox on the musical landscape.
Either way, Malick's macro/microcosmic take on life, the universe and family life makes most films look unadventurous.
ALAN GRAYSON LAUNCHES HOUSE BID - Alan Grayson, the soft-spoken, polite and sartorially unadventurous House Democrat who lost his seat last November due largely to his infamous timidity, announced yesterday that he wants his old job back.
Truly, I wanted to leave, but could not bear being seen as unsophisticated and unadventurous.