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comparativeform of dangerous: more dangerous
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Well, now we got a choice between dangerous and dangerouser.
Now a tenderfoot totin 'a gun is dangerouser than any rattler that ever hugged hisself to sleep in the sun -- and most fellas travelin' the desert knows it.
And bleedin 'inside is dangerouser than bleedin' outside.
He added that after this Ralph had come up to him and violently assaulted his person, so as to tear his shirt — also produced — and wound up by assuring the bench that he “never knowed a more desp’rater, a more dangerouser ruffian than the willain before them”.
Dey wasn't a wusser, dangerouser job in de army dan mine. "
"Here's some more family pets for you that ain't any dangerouser than them you're cultivatin '.
When yer git older you'll larn that there's money in everything here's a demand for, and there's just as big a demand for slaves on some rubber plantations I could tell yer of as there ever was in the old days of the South -- and more money in 'em on account of its being more dangerouser. "