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danger

noun assailability, crisis, defenselessness, exposure to harm, hazard, helplessness, jeopardy, lack of protection, lack of safety, liability to injury, menace, nonimmunity, penetrability, periculum, peril, perilousness, precariousness, pregnability, risk, threat, unguardedness, vincibility, vincibleness, vulnerability
Associated concepts: apparent danger, appreciation of danner, assumption of risk, avoidance of danger, clear and present danger, danger invites rescue doctrine, danger siggal, danger zone, foreseeable dangers, hidden danger, imminent danger, impending danger, inherent danger, intrinnic danger, knowledge of danger, known danger, latent danger, obvious danger, obvious risks, patent danger, unnvoidable danger, unnecessary exposure to danger, zone of apprehendable danger
Foreign phrases: Periculosum existimo quod bonorum virorum non comprobatur exemplo.I think that dangerrus which is not approved by the example of good men.
See also: hazard, jeopardy, menace, mischief, peril, pitfall, predicament, risk, threat, venture
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When the day dawned sufficiently to distinguish objects, he perceived the danger that must be dogging the heels of his main party.
Their meeting was hearty and joyous; for they had both experienced dangers and perplexities.
With its colorful, quirky animation style and collection of endearingly offbeat characters, Amazon Prime's Danger & Eggs belongs to the same kind of alternate universe as fellow animated shows Adventure Time, Regular Show, and Steven Universe.
The country is facing more problems than 1970 as at that time we were facing danger from one country and now we are facing dangers from many countries', he added.
HE may have just won an Emmy Award, but surely an even greater accolade is to be a guest star in Danger Mouse.
The reboot of the old cartoon favourite sees Danger Mouse, right, take on all manner of positively pestiferous plots.
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com)-- Present Danger - Available now on the Android market, the app offers users of all ages a potentially endless stream of presents to open, monsters to fight, and items to collect.
The siren system is installed across Kuwait and has three different tones or sounds each with different meaning; a single but intermittent tone which indicates imminent/possible danger (caution/warning); a wave sound (continuous ascending and descending tone) which indicates something has already happened or taking place (danger/attack), and a continuous single pitch tone meaning that danger is over (All Clear/Danger has passed).
PARENTS are being urged to keep their children safe during the half-term holiday by reminding them about the potential danger of electricity.
Fireworks don't pose danger only to users, but also to those standing nearby, and to nearby property, in addition to the noise pollution that affects the eardrum.
such an order; as where the servant apprehends danger to her life, or