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That word should also fit in less action-packed activities:. I don't know this game and, actually, I don't like these varieties of games but I will do.
Maybe it is funny. First I thought about open-minded but I think this means more willing to listen to people, think about their ideas, arguments, What word describes a person who is willing to try activities he don't know or hasn't experienced before? To be adventurous is to be willing to try new things not necessarily action-packed.Ladies Seeking Hot Sex Dixon SouthDakota 57533
A slightly obscure alternative: Uninhibited often is used in the sense you ask for. Near-synonyms include unrestrained, mindsd, uncontrolled, unfettered, free, unbound, unconstrained, wild or unruly, unbridled, boundless, limitless, unstultified.
Regarding adventurous I prefer form venturesome or perhaps adventuresome but the meaning is nearly the same. Also consider audacious in senses "Disposed to venture or take risks" or daring and dauntless with its several "fearless, intrepid, bold, audacious" senses.
In a less formal context, game is sometimes used as an adjective to mean "willing to do something, monded something different, new, or slightly dangerous".
Openness to experience is a term used in the Five Factor Model mindedd personality. Based on this, I use the term open to experience or simply open. Philoneism an excessive love of novelty.
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Hey, do you like to do bungee jumping? Um, OK. Haven't done it before, but let's try it.
That word should also fit in less action-packed activities: I've a new board game. Do you like to play?
Em1 Em1 2, 21 54 Well, many people seem to use "open-minded" to mean "agrees with me" and "close-minded" to mean "disagrees with me", but that's another story.
I thought I was adventurous when I ate frog for the first time. Some say adventurousothers say foolhardy. James Waldby miinded jwpat7 James Waldby - jwpat7 Matt B.
I don't think its use needs to be restricted to less formal contexts though. Third News Third News 7, 11 Em1 2, 21 54 Don't know why someone already downvoted this answer perhaps because it has two different meanings, one of which is considered disapprovingbut I think this is a good suggestion.
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