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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of venture.

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Examples

  • Lefteris Pitarakis/Associated Press A BIG BIRD: A parks employee carried a swan that had ventured from a park onto a London street Tuesday.

    Photos of the Day: Oct. 19

  • It was twenty miles from Papeete to Atimaono, and over half the distance was covered by the time the Chinago again ventured into speech.

    THE CHINAGO

  • I had ventured from a place of sneaking suspicion to confirmation that this family member would be diagnosed with a developmental disorder.

    Ilana Kukoff: Holding a Marriage Together During Crisis

  • I had ventured from a place of sneaking suspicion to confirmation that this family member would be diagnosed with a developmental disorder.

    Ilana Kukoff: Holding a Marriage Together During Crisis

  • I had ventured from a place of sneaking suspicion to confirmation that this family member would be diagnosed with a developmental disorder.

    Ilana Kukoff: Holding a Marriage Together During Crisis

  • On Fox News Sunday, John McCain ventured into territory that I'm sure had his campaign staff cringing:

    Interesting Arguments - Real Clear Politics – TIME.com

  • Then I fell to weeping and wailing and gave myself up to an access of rage, blaming myself for having again ventured upon the perils and hardships of voyage, whenas I was at my ease in mine own house in mine own land, taking my pleasure with good meat and good drink and good clothes and lacking nothing, neither money nor goods.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Papeete to Atimaono, and over half the distance was covered by the time the Chinago again ventured into speech.

    The Chinago

  • It was twenty miles from Papeete to Atimaono, and over half the distance as covered by the time the Chinago again ventured into speech.

    The Chinago

  • Ellen felt a hot tear drop upon her forehead, and again ventured to speak for sympathy only by silently stroking Alice's cheek.

    The Wide, Wide World

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