10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «VENTUROUSLY»
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And venturously trust its untried wave, ' While the stepmother hen, ruflied with
fear, Clucks timorous admonition on the brink 1" Why should the bird, who first a
mother's cares Feels fondly fluttering o'er her little heart; A perfect, yet a self-
Material Fictions: Readers and Texuality in the British ...
He becomes a reader when he writes that he has "venturously essayed to read a
chapter to the public" from the "great book of Nature." Here "essayed" is used with
a meaning close to its French root verb, essayer, "to try," but it also puns on the ...
Duncan Ingraham Hasell, 2009
Encyclopaedia Perthensis; or, Universal dictionary of ...
[from venturous.} ' Daringly ; fearlessly ; boldly. — Siege was laid to the fort by the
Lord Gray, venturously indeed. Bacon. * VENTUROUSNESS. n.f. [from venturout.]
Boldness; willinguess to hazard. — Made her repent her vent'roujness. Boyle.
Encyclopaedia Perthensis, 1816
Encyclopaedia perthensis, or, Universal dictionary of the ...
VENTUROUSLY, adv. [from venturous.} Daringly ; fearlessly ; boldly. — Siege
was laid to the, fort by the Lord Gray, venturously indeed. Bacon. *
VENTUROUSNESS. n.f. [from venturous.] Boldness; willingness to hazard. —
Made her repent ...
A Dictionary of the English and Portuguese Languages: In Two ...
Venturer, s. aventureiro, о que fácilmente se aventura, о que busca no meio dos
perigos a sua fortuna. Venturesome, adj. atrevido, arriscado. Venturesomely, adj.
Fe Venturously. Venturesomeness, s. atrevimen- to, risco, perigo. Venturine, s.
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Reasonably bewitched not brute virtuosos. Enviably bewitched on torturous
boasters. Venturously bewitched abortion boasters. Venturously bewitched as
nobbiest orator. Onerously bewitched to vibrant saboteurs. Rabble-rouse not
A General Dictionary of the English Language
VENTUROUSLY, venturously Dare- ingly, fearlessly, boldly. VENTUROUSNESS,
ven'-tfhur-us-nis. f. Boldness, willingness to hazard. VERACITY, ve-ras'-it-y. s.
Moral truth, honesty of report ; physical truth, consistency of report with fact.
Encyclopaedia Londinensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, ...
Milton VENTUROUSLY, adv. Daringly : fearlessly ; boldly! — Siege was laid to
the fort by the Lord Gray, then deputy, with a smaller number than those were
within the fort ; venturously indeed ; but haste was made to attack them before the
A Dictionary of the Portuguese and English Languages, in Two ...
Venturously, adv. atrevidamente, sein inedo, com risco, com perigo.
Venturousness, s. Ve Venture- somenes*. Venue, s. (na esgrima), estocada.
Устое, (t. jurídico) vizín- hança. Venus, s. o planeta Venus. — Venus, (em phrase
Antonio Vieyra, J.-P. Aillaud, 1813
Events in Indian History: Beginning with an Account of the ...
Standish and one Alderton* "went venturously" among them, and were cordially if
not royally welcomed with an entertainment of tobacco and ground-nuts. " We
cannot yet conceive," continues our still unsatisfied informant, " but that he is ...
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