To venture is to take a risk. When you venture into a new business or field, you are putting your trust in the unknown.

  • He ventured into the dangerous waters to rescue the dog.

  • She ventured into the dark woods to buy some milk.

Definition of ventured


To undertake a risky or daring journey.


To risk or offer.


To dare to engage in; to attempt without any certainty of success. Used with at or on


To put or send on a venture or chance.


To confide in; to rely on; to trust.


To say something.

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Example Sentences for ventured

  • 1

    He likes to take risks because he is a venturous man.

  • 2

    His venture is the rest of the film.

  • 3

    Bradford was in the midst of this venture from the beginning.

  • 4

    The enormous cost incurred doomed the venture.

  • 5

    The venture was a resounding success and the company expanded.

  • 6

    Both sides were intractable, and the venture died.

  • 7

    Joint venture is a prerequisite for thereinforcement of community magistrates.

  • 8

    In the end, after many misadventures, the venture is a failure.

  • 9

    That venture was torn asunder by scandals that rocked the nation.

  • 10

    However, the aridity of Arizona made it unsuitable for the venture.