dangerous

[ deyn-jer-uh s, deynj-ruh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF dangerous

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DANGEROUS

What a dangerous character you'd be if you were sent to match silks!

Philip was getting into a dangerous mood with his sentimentalism.

My dear, I'm glad and thankful you've done with that dreadful, dangerous game.

He had got a dangerous game to play, and his plans were vague and shadowy.

Such conduct is as wicked and dangerous to the state as any that can be conceived.

And even this is a dangerous simplification of what actually occurs.

Certainly, as if treading on dangerous ground, Sidney avoided it.

Renmark became deadly pale, and there was a dangerous glitter in his eyes.

There is a fashion just now to call it dangerous and the tricycle safe.

"That's a dangerous kind of a doctrine," said Uncle William.

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