venture out

venture out

1. To proceed bravely out into some unknown or dangerous place. The group of explorers is getting ready to venture out into the wilds of Antarctica. It was nearly midnight by the time we arrived at our hotel, so we had to wait until the next morning to venture out and explore Tokyo.
2. To exit through (some passageway), especially in a cautious or wary manner. The sirens may have stopped blaring, but I wasn't about to venture out my door just yet. We weren't allowed to venture out the gate of the military compound unless we were accompanied by armed guards.
See also: out, venture

venture out (something)

 and venture out of (something)
to go out of something cautiously. (Of is usually retained before pronouns.) Peter ventured out of his house for only a minute into the cold. He ventured out the door for only a moment.
See also: out, venture
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It's the wedding of Becky's nightmare sister Laura (Kerry Howard) to her pitiful boyfriend Paul and for the first time ever Becky and Steve (Sarah Solemani and Russell Tovey) have been allowed to venture out of their squalid bedsit.
They normally only venture out of Essex to go to Marbella.
But venture out of the bedroom a bit, maybe challenge somebody to a Scrabble match.
In addition to Olivia, two gay-male--focused companies, RSVP Vacations and Atlantis Events, have perhaps the highest media profile, while vacations including everything from white-water rafting to intimate five-star comfort journeys are also being offered by Above and Beyond, Toto Tours, Coda Tours, Alyson Adventures, Gayjet, Q7C, Venture Out, Pride International, DavidTours [see page 39], and other companies.