Antonyms for endangering

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Indeed, the last events in Rio Medio were endangering his position.

But the flames were endangering the wooden walls of the Arena.

Shylock is confounded further by a charge of endangering a Christian's life.

The knowledge that he may be endangering his liberty—his life—stimulates him to observe this.

She had not thought that it was endangering her daughter's reputation.

If I could stick on I'd be pinched for endangering the public.

Because they will not explain their presence on the island for fear of endangering you.

Is there a chance of endangering them by rejection or delay?

Do you really think, Dr. P., that I am endangering my health?

Elinor frowned, and Neville saw that he was endangering his cause.