Adventurism (noun)

  1. The willingness to take risks and engage in adventurous activities.
  2. A policy or action that involves taking risks for potential gain.

Origin:

From the latin word adventura, meaning "adventure".

Examples:

  1. He was criticized for his adventurism in foreign policy.
  2. The company"s financial success was largely due to its CEO"s adventurism.
  3. His adventurism led him to climb Mount Everest.
  4. The country"s economic growth was due to the government"s adventurism in opening up to foreign investment.
  5. Adventurism can be both positive and negative, depending on the outcome of the risks taken.
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