The happiness of two such friends should not be jeopardized if he could prevent it.
Over-speculation had jeopardized him, and he was deep in the "Crdit Mobilier."
Your freedom should never have been jeopardized for such a mere trifle.
Whose should be the wealth, to amass which he had jeopardized his soul?
The interests we represent are too important to be jeopardized.
I, for one, will not permit my fortune to be jeopardized by so palpable a piece of perfidy.
"And the safety of the expedition and of these two might be jeopardized," cried the commander.
The admission of a coloured pupil would have jeopardized his success.
There were nobles, both men and women, who jeopardized their titles and their lands.
It jeopardized his material, social and religious interests.