Definition of Risky venture
1. Noun. A wild and exciting undertaking (not necessarily lawful).
Generic synonyms: Labor, Project, Task, Undertaking
Derivative terms: Adventure, Adventure, Adventurer, Adventurer, Adventuristic, Adventurous
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Literary usage of Risky venture
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1. A Glossary of the Mining and Mineral Industry by Albert Hill Fay (1920)
"... or known mineral deposits, or far from the actual point of discovery. 3. Organizing and exploiting a risky venture. See Wildcat, 3 and 4. Wild coal. ..."
2. Collective Villages in the Chinese Market by Dev Nathan, Govind Kelkar (1997)
"The switch to ecological agriculture involved the whole production of the village in a risky venture. Such a risk to the total income of the village was ..."
3. The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science by Johns Hopkins University (1906)
"participation in a risky venture, the enthusiasm rapidly abated. The small confidence placed in the managers and the opposition encountered on all sides ..."
4. The Life of John Henry, Cardinal Newman: Based on His Private Journals and by Wilfrid Philip Ward (1912)
"Is not the ideal Christian life a very risky venture, based perhaps on a conclusion due to prejudice and fanaticism ? This is at least too possible a ..."
5. Studies in American Trade Unionism by Jacob Harry Hollander, George Ernest Barnett (1906)
"As soon as the trouble ceased, and the choice arose between a certain position and participation in a risky venture ..."
6. The Free Press by Hilaire Belloc (1918)
"It was more and more of a risky venture to start a new great paper even of a local sort, for the expense got greater and greater, and the loss, ..."