not daring or enterprising
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How to use unadventurous in a sentence
All of them are plain, boring, unadventurous, and blush when the topic of sex is brought up.Lifetime’s ‘Girlfriend Intervention’: The Fairy Black Mothers TV Doesn’t Need | Phoebe Robinson | September 25, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Howard Kurtz on the unadventurous address that made little attempt to get personal.
It was a strong speech, a solid speech, a well-delivered and well-received speech—but also a safe and unadventurous speech.
David Grann is a New Yorker staff writer who, by his own admission, is unadventurous and prone to get lost on the C train.
There may be, however, a few unadventurous souls who will still persist in their doubts as to the probability of the incident.
There was no need to restrain the Dauphin Charles, whom in those days nature and fortune rendered unadventurous.The Life of Joan of Arc, Vol. 1 and 2 (of 2) | Anatole France
By such means even the most incompetent and unadventurous and timid spirits may pass judgment upon all men.The Behavior of Crowds | Everett Dean Martin
Without strong passion no very deeply coloured life-tapestry can, in these unadventurous days, be woven.Lavengro | George Borrow
The unadventurous or hurried traveller sticks pretty closely to these.The Long White Cloud | William Pember Reeves