/ (ˌʌnədˈvɛntʃərəs) /

  1. not daring or enterprising

Words Nearby unadventurous

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How to use unadventurous in a sentence

  • There was no need to restrain the Dauphin Charles, whom in those days nature and fortune rendered unadventurous.

  • 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