Definition of venturousness in English:

venturousness

noun

archaic
  • See venturous

    • ‘Contributory negligence is based on carelessness whereas assumption of risk is based on venturousness.’
    • ‘My natural disposition was evinced in deeds of daring and venturousness; not so much in boldness toward others.’
    • ‘Washington's venturousness and his success—above all his success—shut down those questions about his capabilities that had been whispered behind his back.’
    • ‘Confidence makes a man venturous, and venturousness casts him into the high road of danger.’
    • ‘His innings are exercises in valour yet absent of unnecessary venturousness.’
    boldness, audacity, temerity, audaciousness, fearlessness, intrepidity, bravery, courage, courageousness, valour, valorousness, heroism, pluck
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