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Words with the root "ven-, vent-, veni-, ventu-" meaning " an opening that allows air to enter" or "to come"

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Adven ( ad= to , toward)
To be superalded as a part of something; though not essential; come reach, accede
Advenement
That which comes or happens; an event ; incident
Advenient
coming (to anything) from without ; additional; superalded; adventitious
Advent
Arrival (usually used for the coming of Jesus Christ onto the earth "the incarnation")
Adventitious
appearing causally or out of normal or usual place.
Adventure
A chance occurrence or event or issue ; an accident
Adventuresome
Given to adventures; or to running risks; adventurous; venturesome.
Avenue
a way of access or approach; a passage or path of entrance or exit. ( a fine wide street used esp. in U.S.)
Circumvent
To encompass, literally enclose.
Circumvention
Over reaching , outwitting; or getting the better of anyone by craft or artifice.
convenient
converging; easily accessible ; handy, within easy reach; useful or suitable.
Convention
The action of summoning an assembly; convocation; conference;
conventional
Relating to the convention or the general agreement,
convent
an assembly or meeting.
covenant
an agreement between two or more persons. compact, contract, bargain
event
any thing that happens at a given place and time. occurrence; happening; action, advent
eventual
Happening in the course of time or events, usually much later; ultimately resulting.
Eventually
After a long time, after a series of events.
Eventuate
to result, come about, happen as a final result
intervene
To occur and as a result to stop or delay something from happening. Mediate; happen;arbitrate
Intervention
The act of intervening; interference; the intercession; arbitration,
Invenient
coming on, oncoming
Misadventure
An unfortunate event, especially something unlucky , or amusing that happens to someone
Parvenu
Something who recently become wealthy or risen to a higher position but considered as established by wealthy and powerful people.
peradventure
chance, doubt, or uncertainty
prevenient
coming or occurring in advanceof another thing; in the beginning; preceding , early
Subvene
To happen or appear in a helpful way;esp. in avoiding or preventing something.
subvention
grant; donation given by an official body for learning , study or research.
Supervene
follow or come about unexpectedly; chase;ensue;pursue
ventose
windy; flatulent
venture
Short for adventure; gamble; attempt
venturesome
Involving risk or danger.
venue
scene, ground, locale, place , site , sittings , thrust