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There was such danger for him, and his perilled honor, in her simple tremor and sadness, that he was forced to be silent.
THEOMRS. FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
The brave fellow who had perilled his life for his leader was cut down at the same instant.
They perilled all upon the issue; and the issue went against them.
His own slaves idolized him, and would have readily perilled life and limb in defence either of his person or his reputation.
Night after night he perilled life and limb in the wine-shops of the Trastevere; and still in vain.
I will not soon forget the devotedness with which, on this occasion, you have perilled so much for a stranger.
GUY RIVERS: A TALE OF GEORGIAWILLIAM GILMORE SIMMS
Would that he could have fought single-handed—he alone—and perilled, and have lost his life!
Then, laddie, ye wull hae earned yoursel' th' penny-fee for whilk ye hae perilled your saul.
My crimes were too great, and I was reserved to mourn the loss of those for whose dear sakes I had perilled my soul.
But I consider that men are never without detractors, and I cannot forget that you have perilled your life for the gods.
THE FAIR GODLEW WALLACE

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