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over-adventurous

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Definition of over-adventurous in English:

adjective

Too willing to take risks or try out new experiences: the elders disregard the youth for being over-adventurous, hasty, and ill-informed
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  • An over-adventurous programme saw many of the country's top jazz musicians play to empty halls.
  • Gerrard gave the ball away with his first pass, an over-adventurous one in Rooney's direction, although Portugal kindly returned it and the striker saw a second-minute shot blocked.
  • The more the Blues pack sought to seize control, the more the ball was fumbled by the over-adventurous backs.

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