View definitions for unsafe
adjective as in dangerous
Your kitty or pup probably unsafe or panicked, and that’s why they are acting out.
It wasn’t always clear how a worker who felt pressure to show up to work could report that their working conditions were unsafe.
They’re making us feel unsafe and creating a toxic environment.
“The Witnesses are terrified and unsafe at RJD,” the motions reads.
Staff has therefore determined the Project is unsafe and recommends denial of the Project.
Ippoliti says that the centers should close because many are overcrowded and unsafe.
You can have the best intentions but still contribute to an environment that makes women feel unsafe.
“After my experiences in 1984, I felt that it was unsafe for me to live as a Sikh in India,” said Singh.
Women are consequently more likely to subject themselves to unsafe abortions or continue pregnancies against their will.
And would he have dared to say, “I hate Putin, he is making the world unsafe?”
Now it strikes me that there is quite as much tautology in "unsane lunes" as in the double epithet, "dangerous, unsafe."
Has it ever occurred to you that your fortune rests on a very slender, a very unsafe, foundation?
You say my position as owner of my Uncle Faversham's estates rests on a very slender, a very unsafe foundation.
They knew that it was unsafe to insult Lewis; and they believed that they might with perfect safety insult William.
He advised that there was nothing unsafe; it was perfectly strong and the stress in vital parts moderate.
On this page you'll find 75 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unsafe, such as: hazardous, perilous, risky, treacherous, uncertain, and unreliable.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.