endangered[ en-deyn-jerd ]SEE DEFINITION OF endangered
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENDANGERED
My health, which had ever been feeble, was endangered by this state of chaos.
This led to a revolt which endangered his life, and he had to abandon his scheme.
Not for my life, or for all the lives on the ship, would I consciously have endangered her.
She had taken it into her head that his health was endangered in some way.
You will advance with all speed to the support of the endangered left.
The ship had been several times on fire, and the magazine was endangered.
Subsequently she had charmed Bentivoglio, not so happily but that she endangered her own spell.
Greatest of all, and genuine creator, with his disappearance the equilibrium is endangered.
I leave the reader to characterize a system which is endangered by such causes.
It is not the first time their lives have been endangered by her violence.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR ENDANGERED
- fraught with danger
- going for broke
- hanging by a thread
- long shot
- not a prayer
- off the deep end
- on slippery ground
- on the spot
- on thin ice
- out on a limb
- playing with fire