Antonyms for perilled

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I say must, the very instant his life would not be perilled by the attempt.

Night after night he has perilled his own life to come here.

Thou sayest, Gurth, that all should not be perilled on a single battle.

For this cowardly creature the Somauli policeman had perilled his life.

Never before did so much seem to have been won, because never before did so much seem to have been perilled.

He perilled everything, while they staked only their lives and their property.

Were that of all my ancestors in my veins, I would have perilled it in this quarrel.'

Discovery would not only have perilled my own life, but also have involved those of my kind protectors.

You had perilled your soul in damning them all in turn; and now it comes out, that you are the "enfant chri" of the establishment.

He had perilled his life, and a few feet of common earth was all the reward that death allotted to him.