put at hazard

References in classic literature ?
Or he engages with his comrades in games of dexterity, agility and strength; or in gambling games in which everything is put at hazard with a recklessness seldom witnessed in civilized life.
will be put at hazard." (That's a reminder that protecting oil supplies was, in fact, one of the reasons for the war.)
To retreat now would 'put at hazard all that we hold dearest' and destroy Britain's credibility with its allies, he said.
And he told MPs: "To retreat now would put at hazard all that we hold dearest.
The "balancing" of the relationship between the Royals and the Press had been "recklessly put at hazard", said the paper.