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noun as in danger

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Approving new developments in highly wildfire-prone areas not only puts new residents at risk, it also endangers nearby communities.

These endangered primates live in the forest on China’s Hainan Island.

One of its many delays was caused by the need to resettle some endangered lizards, which set everything back by a year and a half.

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Between habitat loss, pesticides, and possibly climate change, monarchs may soon be added to the endangered species list.

Despite the economic benefits, some New Mexico state legislators have tried to block the storage facility, citing concerns that it would endanger public safety and other industries.

Instead, Kolko received a plea deal that allowed him to plea guilty to child endangerment.

Now their son has been taken from them and they face criminal charges of neglect and child endangerment.

They charged him with reckless endangerment, resisting arrest, a long list of charges.

They were arraigned in Manhattan criminal court on charges of burglary, reckless endangerment and jumping from a structure.

Officers later found her at her South Los Angeles home and attempted to arrest her for child endangerment.

Leaning far over the counter, to the endangerment of her balance, his employer gave him a smart cuff.

Contemporaneous history shows that their endangerment proceeded from the statutes against vagrancy.

Every seeming diminution of it was felt to be a disastrous endangerment of the knowledge of the people.


On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to endangerment, such as: hazard, jeopardy, peril, pitfall, risk, and threat.

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