jeopardizing

[ jep-er-dahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF jeopardizing

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He is jeopardizing all our lives, and his own has been forfeit these years.

It was as if, by considered action, he had set about jeopardizing his own dignity.

We are jeopardizing the rights and liberties of future generations.

Where were you, may I ask, while I was jeopardizing my life a hundred times every day for my country?

"I—I had no intention of jeopardizing a contract," he faltered.

But de Vergennes had no notion of being used for American purposes in this jeopardizing style.

While the war lasted the menace of its awaking and jeopardizing German peace with the United States was always present.

It would be placing myself in his power, jeopardizing the sole hope of my life.

It is mortifying to fail in one's mission, but that is of little consequence compared with jeopardizing a whole army.

That's why it disturbs me to see you jeopardizing it by this insistence that the Martian language can be translated.