adventure


adventure
01. Going camping by themselves for the first time was a real [adventure] for the boys.
02. They took an [adventure] tour rafting down the Amazon River last year.
03. Our cat is not very [adventurous], so she rarely goes outside.
04. Frodo had all kinds of exciting and dangerous [adventures] on his journey through Middle Earth.
05. The restaurant is trying an [adventurous] new menu featuring traditional dishes from all over the world.
06. Ursula is quite shy and reserved, so her idea of an [adventure] is to camp out in the backyard with the kids.
07. Ben is a true [adventurer]. He has climbed this country's highest mountain, canoed across the continent, and hiked through the Amazon jungle.
08. Going shopping in the little village market was a real [adventure] because no one spoke a word of English.
09. Alice's [adventures] in Wonderland were very strange and surprising.
10. Eugene Ionesco once stated that a work of art is, above all, an [adventure] of the mind.
11. David Grayson once observed that [adventure] is not outside a man; it is within.
12. Actress Elizabeth Taylor once said, "I feel very [adventurous]. There are so many doors to be opened, and I'm not afraid to look behind them."
13. Jacob Bronowski once noted that knowledge is an unending [adventure] at the edge of uncertainty.
14. Nikki Giovanni once suggested that we love because it's the only true [adventure].
15. Taylor Caldwell once observed that learning should be a joy, and full of excitement. It is life's greatest [adventure].
16. Helen Keller once remarked that life is either a daring [adventure] or nothing.

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