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All three species are endangered, and the restored wetland provides habitat that may help boost their populations.

Another option is “managed wildfire,” which means monitoring fires but allowing them to burn when they don’t directly endanger people or property.

They live throughout much of the northeastern US and are not threatened or endangered, but they are mighty hard to find.

We have Santa Cruz cypress trees, they’re federally endangered trees that only grow right here.

These animals are so rare, wildlife ecologists struggle even now to determine how vulnerable or endangered they are.

But political parties officials continue to reassure the country that the campaigns will not endanger anyone.

He said he feared that including his name in an article would endanger his life.

But the Sketchbook Project confines itself to restricting only submissions that might endanger the staff.

He added, “It would be profoundly destabilizing; and far from promoting peace, it would endanger it.”

The Iraq War helped Obama win the presidency, but now the problems we left behind endanger his legacy.

It would endanger me to distribute such a fiery appeal, my friend remonstrated.

The fall of the Irish church would endanger the connection between the two countries.

Man, you will say, decides every moment on actions which he knows will endanger him; man kills himself sometimes, then he is free.

This may even be the case to such an extent as to endanger their lives, yet they are not able to control themselves.

The debates on this matter injured the reputation of the ministry though they did not endanger its stability.


On this page you'll find 45 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to endanger, such as: expose, imperil, menace, threaten, chance, and hazard.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.