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- adv. In a dangerous manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- With danger; with risk of harm; with exposure to injury or ruin; hazardously; perilously: as, to be dangerously sick: dangerously situated.
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- adv. in a dangerous manner
South Korea trade deal will succeed only if it addresses what they called the dangerously lopsided trade in automotive vehicles.
They ` re mentally ill, or they ` re what we call dangerously anti-social.
Tutu also criticized what he called the dangerously flawed intelligence used by the U.S. and Britain to justify military action in Iraq.
Poultry thawed at room temperature may contain dangerously high levels of bacteria.
Something I didn't know until researching this post: "The year of living dangerously" is actually a quote from a Sukarno speech.
This naturally brings them into conflict with those of us who think their institutions are generally corrupt and are being used in dangerously stupid ways by politicians who are even more corrupt.
If it hopes that, by avoiding any mention of the fact that our troops are being asked to patrol in dangerously inadequate vehicles, the media will gloss over the details – thus letting the Ministry of the hook – it is probably right.
Currently, the Italian-built Panthers are being finished off by BAE Systems, with the additional of a machine gun, radios and other accessories, when they will be delivered to the Army, effectively providing "battlefield limousines" for Ruperts – as officers are dismissively called – while troops are forced to patrol in dangerously vulnerable "Snatch" Land Rovers.
However, completely dismissing these testimonies for the way the context of their production had contaminated them brings us again dangerously close to treating all of these speakers as victims, incapable and unwilling to speak their own truths.
I think he used the phrase dangerously corrupt to describe Bill Clinton.
CNN Transcript - Reliable Sources: Are Bush's Speeches Analyzed More Than His Proposals?; Is the Media Allied Against Bush's Tax Cut?; Can the President Get Attention Amidst Clinton Scandals? - March 3, 2001