• circumvent

    If you circumvent something, such as a rule or restriction, you try to get around it in a clever and perhaps dishonest way.

  • adventitious

    Something that happens unexpectedly and by chance that is not inherent or natural to a given item or situation is adventitious, such as a root appearing in an unusual place on a plant.

  • advent

    The advent of something, such as a new kind of technology, marks the beginning of its arrival or appearance to the world at large.

  • conventional

    A conventional way of thinking or behaving is the one most commonly accepted by social groups.

  • adventurous

    An adventurous person loves trying new things or taking risks to make their life more exciting.

  • event

    An event is something that happens or takes place; it is often important.

  • prevent

    When you prevent something, you keep it from happening.

  • adventure

    a wild and exciting undertaking that may involve an element of danger or trouble

  • contravention

    coming into conflict with

  • convent

    a religious residence especially for nuns

  • convention

    a large formal assembly

  • eventful

    full of events or incidents

  • eventually

    after an unspecified period of time or an especially long delay

  • intervention

    the act of intervening (as to mediate a dispute, etc.)

  • invent

    come up with (an idea, plan, explanation, theory, or principle) after a mental effort

  • inventive

    (used of persons or artifacts) marked by independence and creativity in thought or action

  • inventory

    make or include in an itemized record or report

  • misadventure

    an instance of misfortune

  • preventable

    capable of being prevented

  • prevention

    the act of preventing

  • preventive

    preventing or contributing to the prevention of disease

  • supervention

    a following on in addition

  • unconventional

    not conforming to accepted rules or standards

  • venture

    proceed somewhere despite the risk of possible dangers

  • venturesome

    disposed to venture or take risks

  • venturous

    disposed to venture or take risks

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