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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of emperil.


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  • Yes, the middle class is emperiled but only to the tune of tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands, not the millions that the privileged have at stake.

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  • Pipes were lowered into the mine shaft amidst desperate attempts to pump out the rising water clear of the emperiled workers below.


  • If they would have moved out of the picture, we might’ve been able to see a little more of our emperiled world.

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  • I generally like Gwen Knapp's work as a columnist in the SF Chronicle (itself emperiled, by the way, in this toxic enviroment for newspapers


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