- v. present participle of imperil.
“Nevertheless he was not averse to the Factor's imperilling his own immortal soul, and, especially, feeling an ominous attraction himself for Lit-lit, he was sombrely content to clinch his own soul's safety by seeing her married to the Factor.”
“Today as prime minister, Mr. Singh is presiding over a government that is growing the state sector and imperilling future growth.”
“It is because it is so hard to find a way of cutting spending without imperilling access to justice that his predecessors – Labour as well as Conservative – have failed to do more than slow its growth, despite 30 consultation exercises in the past four years.”
“Amid fears of the crisis worsening and the political situation in debt-laden Italy further imperilling the single currency, party heads in near-bankrupt Greece said while agreement had been reached on an interim coalition government, further talks were required on the new administration's life span and who would lead it.”
“There is an aesthetic of beauty and balance here that is not subject to the fluctuations around us, said owner Roberto Wirth, referring to the financial crisis now imperilling economies around the world.”
“If some moron shows up and provokes police and is imperilling our plan and the safety of our supporters, we're definitely going to ensure that person's booted out.”
“It is, as Martin Wolf of the Financial Times says, a doomsday machine that transfers wealth from outsiders to insiders while imperilling the wider economy.”
“To distract American taxpayers from the suspicion that the stimulus is largely bogus, Obama encourages green space exploration, presumably with the intention of assisting the Venusians currently imperilling their planet.”
“Can they not see that they are imperilling us all with their show boat self indulgence?”
“It would recognize that there was a limit beyond which productivity could not be increased without imperilling the stability of the social structure.”
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provoking a smile/grin/fit of laughter when I've heard them on serious parts of speech radio
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