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If this Dear Leader is definitively tied to the Sony hack, we may be at the beginning of an even more dangerous new era.

The ultimate result would be a more dangerous Brooklyn, most distressingly for kids such as Sarah and Mary.

In other words, unnecessarily stringent abortion regulation could be far more dangerous than abortion itself.

We must not interpret gains as an outright victory—nothing could be more dangerous.

I do feel that television and movies to some extent—which are even more dangerous—have replaced books in terms of where people go.

Undesirable inhabitants of the country are being sent away, especially the Japanese, who are more dangerous than the Chinese.

I watched her narrowly, and would stake my life on it she is only the more dangerous for being the less open.

I have had many a more dangerous job than this, but if we are not back by midnight, you may know something has happened.

It was not the woman's beauty that Nokomee feared, but something vastly more dangerous.

Sometimes he must toil to the very top of the precipices to avoid the more dangerous spots.


On this page you'll find 160 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dangerous, such as: alarming, bad, critical, deadly, fatal, and nasty.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.