Only on Broadway could they write what they wanted and adventurously as they wished.
He still wanted her adventurously, but her adventure was not the adventure of siege and capture but of peaceful holding.
On the contrary, I run my head into each danger most adventurously.
Cherokee roses starred the hedges, or, adventurously climbing the highest trees, flung downward graceful pendants.
For he was adventurously happy in his propinquity to that simple and sincere creature.
A part of his life had been adventurously spent, and he had participated in the Mexican war.
"We'll risk it," John declared, adventurously; and the children echoed his enthusiasm with joy.
We found out by-and-by that the walks we thought so adventurously long were little walks.
True type of the British sailor, he had the physique of a strong man and the adventurously cheerful expression of a boy.
Merely to have helped to stamp the gold which other people had adventurously found was by no means a part of my youthful dreams.
mid-14c., "hazardous" (also "occurring by chance," late 14c.), from Old French aventuros "chance, accidental, fortuitous;" of persons, "devoted to adventure" (Modern French aventureux), from aventure (see adventure (n.)). Sense evolution is through "rash, risk-taking" (c.1400), "daring, fond of adventure" (mid-15c.).