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  • v. To do something risky.

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Examples

  • If on that forbidding moor a difficult and dangerous quest should lie before us, this was at least a comrade for whom one might venture to take a risk with the certainty that he would bravely share it.

    The Seriously Deranged Writer and the Model Cars

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