imperil

[ im-per-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF imperil

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But you must swear to me that under no conditions will you imperil his position there.

I thought that I had better not imperil my newly gained reputation by guessing.

You say in effect that my love is sinful and criminal, and that it will imperil your soul.

Do you think it wise to imperil its success by making it depend so largely on yourself?

There thou must cast away all thy possessions and imperil all thy riches.

I had not done anything to imperil the life or the fortunes of either of them.

It is to cut the tap-root of their strength, and to imperil their very existence.

They would array a new class of enemies and imperil the passage of the new law.

It is clearly seen that to retain all is to imperil the whole.

He will listen to you and he will not imperil his daughter's happiness.

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