Engage in hazardous and exciting activity, esp. the exploration of unknown territory
they had adventured into the forest
Put (something, esp. money or one's life) at risk
he adventured $3,000 in the purchase of land
An unusual and exciting, typically hazardous, experience or activity
her recent adventures in Italy
Daring and exciting activity calling for enterprise and enthusiasm
she traveled the world in search of adventure
a sense of adventure
A commercial speculation
a wild and exciting undertaking (not necessarily lawful)
gamble: take a risk in the hope of a favorable outcome; "When you buy these stocks you are gambling"
venture: put at risk; "I will stake my good reputation for this"
(adventurous) willing to undertake or seeking out new and daring enterprises; "adventurous pioneers"; "the risks and gains of an adventuresome economy"
An adventure is an activity that is perceived to involve risk, danger or exciting experiences.
Adventure! is a pulp action role-playing game originally printed by White Wolf Game Studio, the third and last book in the Trinity Universe line of games. ...
Adventure (1850) The Adventure was a wooden Schooner built in 1850 at Hong Kong, that was wrecked at Richmond River, New South Wales in 1855
Adventure is a 1925 film by Victor Fleming, based on Jack London's 1911 novel Adventure.
Adventure is a 1945 film based on the novel The Anointed by Clyde Brion Davis. Clark Gable and Greer Garson star as a sailor and a librarian. It was Gable's first postwar film and the tagline repeated in the movie's famous trailer was "Gable's back and Garson's got him! ...
Adventure is the second album by New York punk pioneers Television. The follow-up to their critically acclaimed debut, Marquee Moon, upon its release it fared worse than its predecessor in the United States but entered the charts at #7 in the Britain.
That which happens without design; chance; hazard; hap; hence, chance of danger or loss; The encountering of risks; hazardous and striking enterprise; a bold undertaking, in which hazards are to be encountered, and the issue is staked upon unforeseen events; a daring feat; A remarkable ...
The exposure of property to risk at sea.
Adventure is a way of doing; it is not something that you do.
A single challenge, often short enough to be completed in one session. Often makes up one smaller piece of larger story with a beginning and an end, but may be stand alone. Contrast with Campaign.
Shipment of freight or cargo on the shippers' own account. A bill of adventure document is signed by the shipmaster who carries a load at its owner's risk
is equally thorough in its account of the Maori. Jerningham Wakefield pays careful and respectful attention to the history, political background, tribal and family relationships, territory and status of the individuals and tribes he encountered. ...
The adventure story is one that has to have somthing happen. There has to be action and conflict within thie type of story. The author has to have the reader identify with a character in the story in order to draw them in.
A series of Lizard events that beg the question, "Why am I doing this?"
In Adventure mode, the player can choose an avatar from several different Trainer designs and participate in stage-based battles against CPU opponents. Opponents get more difficult as the player progresses. ...
A structured LARP event in which a character party with some sort of mission or quest encounters monsters placed by a ref or ref team and some sort of story unfolds. ...
( Universell Cliff Hanger Games [HP] OOP Tori Bergquist )
A fiction genre in which the hero undertakes a difficult venture of uncertain issue, usually in an exotic setting, often culminating in a hazardous chase or decisive struggle. Adventure appeals to a predominantly male audience. ...
A series of linked encounters, often played out in one or two sessions, in which the PCs overcome a variety of obstacles. Adventures can be linked together to form a campaign. (Synonymous with scenario.)
Inner journey of discovery; actively exploring something new; taking risks
Consignments of cargo sent abroad in a ship to be sold or bartered by the master to best advantage or when the opportunity arises.