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venture forth

1. To move forward, especially in a courageous but cautious or wary manner. The explorers ventured forth, hoping to find the remains of the ancient civilization in the dense jungle. Before we venture forth, I suggest we all check that we have adequate supplies.
2. To proceed with some action or undertaking despite potential obstacles or dangers. Now that you have completed your degrees, you are all ready to venture forth into the world and truly begin the rest of your lives!
See also: forth, venture
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

venture forth

 
1. Fig. to set out; to go forward; to go out cautiously. George ventured forth into the night. I think I will venture forth. It looks safe.
2. Fig. to go forth bravely. Let us venture forth and conquer the enemy. We will arm ourselves and venture forth against our foe.
See also: forth, venture
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

venture forth

v.
To proceed despite possible danger or risk: After the storm subsided, we ventured forth to assess the damage.
See also: forth, venture
The American Heritage® Dictionary of Phrasal Verbs. Copyright © 2005 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
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References in classic literature ?
And, after all, this opening chapter will seem to the reader to have nothing to do with my narrative; and yet there would have been no narrative without it, for it is only when a man goes out into the world with the thought that there are heroisms all round him, and with the desire all alive in his heart to follow any which may come within sight of him, that he breaks away as I did from the life he knows, and ventures forth into the wonderful mystic twilight land where lie the great adventures and the great rewards.
Everything that ventures forth beyond the protection of the grateful shadow of mediocrity has something startling about it.
Small arms himself with miniature wraps and ventures forth to discover the climate control center, skillfully turning it up to HOT.
When a young prince called Neferkaptah learns how to find the book from a priest in the temple, he ventures forth on his mission with zest and determination.
"A hero ventures forth from the world of common day into a region of supernatural wonder: fabulous forces are there encountered and a decisive victory is won: the hero comes back from this mysterious adventure with the power to bestow boons on his fellow man."
While reading Kindzu's story, Muidinga becomes convinced he is Farida's lost son, and ventures forth, against Tuahir's advice, to find her.
If Mr Leech uses motorways regularly, I bet his tank is full before he ventures forth.
Wine Spectator magazine ventures forth with Internet newsletter.
LOUIS ventures forth to meet ventriloquist Keith Harris and his feathered chum Orville.
Too many analysts are caught in the sex, lies, and stereotypes of the media to make public policy." She is also willing to tackle and opponent who ventures forth without supporting data--whether it's Rush Limbaugh or Shelby Steele.
Under conditions that would have boggled the Donner pioneers, Fibreboard today is "going critical" as it emerges successfully from a decades-long asbestos-products flap, ponders its immediate future, and ventures forth environmentally.
But then he ventures forth a bit from his box-turtle reserve: "No longer a candidate for national office, a reformer would find himself at an awkward age: too old to start again and too young to surrender."
Now he ventures forth alone to report on the Kent State University campus, as it is today and as it was twenty years ago, at the time of the killings that now are called, in the locution of tour guides, "the May 4 incident."