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He even captured these instances in sketches of the battles where the life-endangering moments happened.

Would the Health Ministry really approve life-endangering directives just to appear politically correct?

Unsurprisingly, the young star proceeded to drive dangerously quickly, endangering nearby children and pets.

Is John endangering both infants by dividing his time between them?

Why President Putin is endangering thousands of orphans by banning U.S. adoptions.

More than one said you were dead, and suggested that—that it was no use endangering the safety of the others.

Madame, I want to free you, but I want to do it without endangering him.

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

To allow milk from an unclean place like this to be sold in the town, is endangering the health of its inhabitants.

Any further delay was seriously endangering our chance of being able to relieve Wild's party that year.

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On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to endangering, such as: threaten, expose, imperil, menace, hazard, and chance.

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

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