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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of endanger.

Etymologies

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endanger +‎ -eth

Examples

  • And had it not been for this consideration, that it is not too late to oppose open blasphemy (such as endangereth the souls of thousands) I had cast by this answer, as a thing out of season.

    Works of John Bunyan — Volume 02

  • For he that turneth the humors back, and maketh the wound bleed inwards, endangereth malign ulcers, and pernicious imposthumations.

    The Essays

  • We gave ourselves up for lost, and I said, "Whoso endangereth his days, e'en an he 'scape deserveth no praise."

    Tehran Winter

  • They set not against sin as the enemy of Christ, and as that which endangereth their people's souls.

    The Reformed Pastor

  • Wherefore, although a man should miss of the first proper sense of any obscure place of Scripture, which, with all our diligence, we ought to aim at, yet, whilst he receiveth none but what contains a truth agreeable unto what is revealed in other places, the error of his mind neither endangereth his own faith or obedience nor those of any others.

    Pneumatologia

  • For he that turneth the humors back, and maketh the wound bleed inwards, endangereth malign ulcers and pernicious imposthumations.

    XV. Of Seditions and Troubles

  • He says in the most direct language that it is not the trade of Spain, her exports of wines and Seville oranges and other legitimate produce, that threatens shipwreck to us all; 'it is his Indian gold that endangereth and disturbeth all the nations of Europe; it purchased intelligence, creepeth into councils, and setteth bound loyalty at liberty in the greatest monarchies of Europe.'

    Raleigh

  • 'Whatever knowledge,' to quote from Bacon again, 'we cannot convert into food or medicine endangereth a dissolution of the mind and understanding.'

    More Pages from a Journal

  • We gave ourselves up for lost and I said, "Whoso endangereth his days, e'en an he 'scape deserveth no praise."

    Arabian nights. English

  • Of this I say no more at present; but I commend our guest, Master Adam Warner, to your good service, and pray you especially, worshipful sirs of the Church now present, to shield his good name from that charge which most paineth and endangereth honest men.

    The Last of the Barons — Complete

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