- adventure playground,
- adventure racing,
- adventure tourism,
- adverb clause
Origin of adventuress
Examples from the Web for adventuress
Like a great tabloid headline, The Adventuress by N.D. Coleridge promises a lurid story that spares no detail.
The Adventuress By N.D. Coleridge A social-climbing seductress sleeps her way to the top of society.
In the same place, and at the same time, he received his first authentic news of the fate of the Adventuress.The Destroying Angel|Louis Joseph Vance
No; I am not an—adventuress, though you seem to think that I am, and to condemn me for it.The Tin Soldier|Temple Bailey
You have been visited by the Princess Petrovska, an adventuress not fit to touch the hem of your skirt.The Grell Mystery|Frank Froest
It was hard to believe that the girl who sat watching him with a puzzled look was an adventuress.Brandon of the Engineers|Harold Bindloss
Marry me now, this hour, Elizabeth, and face the world that will call you plotter and adventuress.The Ladies|E. Barrington