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  • verb Present participle of danger.

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Examples

  • Because their mothers or fathers are dangering their safety.

    Underworld

  • Because their mothers or fathers are dangering their safety.

    Underworld

  • Because their mothers or fathers are dangering their safety.

    Underworld

  • If it were in a place he could reach without en - dangering the Wing Rider and his Roc, he would retrieve it himself.

    Ilse Witch

  • In legal theory it was the corporate, mystical body of France that acted in defense of its public welfare, which the pope, allegedly, was en - dangering.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • In such a regulation of my conduct, I must perhaps relinquish some advantages, which by injustice and fraud I might acquire, or some animal gratifications which I might probably enjoy not without en - dangering

    Sermons on Prevalent Errors, and Vices and on Various Other Topics

  • (dangering life or personal safety of others), 337 (causing hurt by such act), 338 (causing grievous hurt by act which endangers human life) and 109 (abatement of offence).

    Daily News & Analysis

  • & the just & necessary support of the government, yet they have & do still keep the Treasury empty to the in - dangering of the King's Province & the lives & estates of his people, and at same time do violent injustice to all the officers of the government in keeping them out of their just due.

    Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

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