For but a kiss did Jove forsake the skies, and jeopard his high realm!
We got through in the nick of time, and shall we jeopard what we've gained?
The leaders in Peru did not propose to jeopard their own supremacy.
We may deal freely with our own, but it is forbidden to jeopard the goods of another.
Halliwell gives the verb juberd and defines it as "to jeopard or endanger."
Do your operations require that I should jeopard it by retaining it here?
The rest, so far from promoting the objects of the French mission, did much to jeopard its success.
Mexico has no right to jeopard the peace of the world by urging any longer a useless and fruitless contest.
Was I bound to jeopard all the common good of life for the chance of—just failing to know existence from a higher plane?
We would not jeopard the religion and morality of the South to save a Union that had failed for every useful purpose.