endanger

[ en-deyn-jeyr ]SEE DEFINITION OF endanger

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We not only have no right to endanger another's life by a duel, but we have no right to endanger our own.

They were assembled for their own protection, and could not endanger themselves by lending any aid to him.

We naturally wish to increase production there, rather than endanger it.

You fear not to endanger your own life to save mine; but all will be useless.

After the death of her husband, she had worked so late as to endanger her eyesight.

Ought he to endanger the safety of all by bringing strangers on board?

For they could put him on the rack, but they dared not push the torment so far as to endanger his life.

That's what I say; nobody here, you understand, here, can endanger your position.

What could endanger them was not quite clear to my eye, but at any rate they must be saved.

It was too precious to endanger, even in this disturbed moment.

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