Related formsad·ven·ture·some·ly, adverbad·ven·ture·some·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for adventuresome
Adventuresome moviegoers can thank the Oscars as bunnies can thank spring.
A difficult feat, to be sure, but not entirely unusual for adventuresome Englishmen and -women.
But even the most adventuresome eaters have probably never eaten Maori pikopiko pesto.
A little later we meet again with the adventuresome Tupper and his flotilla.The Campaign of 1776 around New York and Brooklyn|Henry P. Johnston
He suffered a painful illness at the close of his vigorous, adventuresome life.The Women Who Came in the Mayflower|Annie Russell Marble
And this fellowship, or intimacy, which he courted was destined to send Caillette forth on a strange and adventuresome mission.Under the Rose|Frederic Stewart Isham
He was no coward; no man ever dared say that of him; but he seemed to have none of the adventuresome blood of his parents.Wolf Breed|Jackson Gregory
The ships of Portugal were the most adventuresome of any that ploughed the ocean.Stanley in Africa|James P. Boyd