compromising

[ kom-pruh-mahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF compromising

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPROMISING

No—it's not in the least compromising for a girl to stay at the same hotel.

"I ain't going to kiss him," the girl said by way of compromising.

Felicite was indeed right; his family took a pleasure in compromising him.

She was compromising him; it was with her that he would have liked to make a start.

Melanie was too astute to indulge in any compromising whims.

He might, indeed, have been safely trusted with the most compromising communications.

"I'm sorry if I'm compromising you with your friends," she said at length.

We fools are compromising the safety of all by quenching this light.

If he tries to get the girl into a compromising situation, arrest him.

I may be compromising other interests than my own by signing this.

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