dangerously

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

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Percy Roden was still in a dangerously exalted frame of mind.

I say, Knowles, am I such a dangerously fascinating character?

"You see what awaits you if you persist in this," he said, in a dangerously quiet voice.

"Mr. Nichols has been shot, Mr. McGuire—he's dangerously hurt," she appealed.

Yet surely such a nature as his should have been dangerously open to disaster.

Have you heard that Oliphant has been dangerously ill, at N. York?

The man-smell was strong upon them, and comparatively, but not dangerously, fresh.

This order of December 26, 1817, was stated in dangerously broad terms.

Had he been dangerously wounded, he could not possibly have been moved to England.

Little Agnes Frost—I have just seen the doctor—is most dangerously ill.

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