peril

[ per-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF peril

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERIL

But nevertheless he could not leave it behind since it was for this he had incurred his present peril.

"He would do so at the peril of his life, then," said the captain, fiercely.

Her mind is set on taking it down, yet she will not peril her husband.

If peril could bring about unity God could bring it about even more effectively.

The peril about him was growing—growing, and it was a deadly peril!

Immediately after escaping from this peril, a still greater one had befallen him.

Go, then, and at the peril of your life, bring me back the Golden Fleece.

In dashed the drunken retainer, and Gulielma was once more in peril.

It was at the peril of his life he took that desperate leap.

And in that case, what torment and what peril might not be hers?

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