to test the chance to make the risk
- To exposure or hazard jeopard to venture
- put at risk
- take a risk within the hope of a favorable result
- a wild and interesting task (definitely not lawful)
- what takes place without design; opportunity; risk; hap; ergo, chance of danger or reduction.
- threat; risk; danger.
- The encountering of risks; dangerous and hitting enterprise; a striking task, where dangers can be experienced, additionally the problem is staked upon unforeseen activities; a daring feat.
- an amazing occurrence; a striking occasion; a stirring event; because, the adventures of your life.
- A mercantile or speculative enterprise of threat; a endeavor; a shipment by a merchant on his own account.
- To risk, or risk; jeopard; to venture.
- To venture upon; to perform the possibility of; to dare.
- To try the opportunity; to make the risk.
In mercantile law. Delivering items overseas under cost of a supercargo or any other broker, within risk of the transmitter, to be removed into the most useful advantage for advantageous asset of the owners. The products themselves therefore delivered. In marine insurance. A very normal word in policies of marine insurance, and every-where utilized as synonymous, or nearly so, with "perils." It's used by the article authors to explain the enterprise or voyage as a "marine adventure" insured against. Moores v. Louisville Underwriters (C. C.) 14 Fed. 233.
c.1200, auenture "whatever happens by chance, lot of money, chance," from Old French aventure (11c.) "chance, accident, incident, occasion, taking place," from Latin adventura (res) "(anything) planning to take place," from adventurus, future participle of advenire "to come calmly to, achieve, arrive at," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + venire "in the future" (see place). Meaning created through "risk/danger" (an effort of your respective chances), c.1300, and "perilous undertaking" (belated 14c.) and thence to "a novel or interesting event" (1560s). Earlier on it designed "a wonder, magic; accounts of marvelous things" (13c.). The -d- had been restored 15c.-16c. Venture is a 15c. variant.
- c.1300, "to exposure losing," from adventure (n.). Indicating "to take the possibility" is very early 14c. Relevant: Adventured; adventuring.
doing which involves experience of known and unknown dangers.
(n.) That which takes place without design; opportunity; risk; hap; ergo, possibility of risk or reduction.
- (n.) danger; risk; danger.
- (n.) The encountering of dangers; hazardous and striking enterprise; a striking task, in which risks can be experienced, and the issue is staked upon unforeseen activities; a daring task.
- (n.) An extraordinary occurrence; a striking occasion; a stirring event; since, the adventures of one's life.
- (letter.) A mercantile or speculative enterprise of danger; a venture; a shipment by a merchant on his own account.
- (n.) To risk, or danger; jeopard; to venture.
- (n.) To endeavor upon; to run the risk of; to dare.
- (v. i.) To try the possibility; to use the danger.
This is a very real, but safe, adventure with magnificent scenery, wonderful camaraderie and truly unforgettable ancient art.