Examples from the Web for risk-averse
Yet an answer, or even a speculation, would have added insight and originality to this terrific but risk-averse debut.Ted Thompson’s Debut Novel Features A 1 Percenter As Its Hero|Stefan Beck|May 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Improvising can certainly be unnerving, especially for politicians who are trained to be risk-averse.
Despite the rise of Facebook, the founder of Netscape says risk-averse public markets are hostile to technology startups.Netscape Founder Andreessen Warns of Tech Depression|CNBC|May 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The only question," says Livermore, "is how risk-averse the EPA is.
Especially when Mayer chooses irreverence and candor over the collective blandness of risk-averse, American Idol-bred pop stars.