Thesaurus / jeopardizing


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

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

Benjamin FranklinJohn Torrey Morse, Jr.

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

Star SurgeonAlan Nourse

You've caused enough trouble with your selfishness, jeopardizing the lives of six men.

Danger in Deep SpaceCarey Rockwell

Towering ruins loomed up on every hand, swaying in the breeze and jeopardizing life.

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

ScaramoucheRafael Sabatini

We are jeopardizing the rights and liberties of future generations.

Exempting the ChurchesJames F. Morton. Jr.

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

We shall not imitate the enemy, appropriating territory and jeopardizing the peace of the world.

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

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