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

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Examples

  • He comes back to the theme in the last words of the context, where he says that the Philippian messenger had 'hazarded' his life, or, as we might put it with equal accuracy and more force, had 'gambled' his life, or

    Expositions of Holy Scripture Second Corinthians, Galatians, and Philippians Chapters I to End. Colossians, Thessalonians, and First Timothy.

  • For the better effecting of this, besides those means prescribed by the customs of our ancestors, of later times rewards have been given to such as hazarded their own persons in bringing offenders to justice, and of these, as far as they are settled by Acts of Parliament and thereby rendered certain and perpetual, I shall speak here; though not of those given by proclamation, because they being only for a stated time, people must hereafter have been misled by our account, when that time is expired.

    Lives Of The Most Remarkable Criminals Who have been Condemned and Executed

  • Garm hazarded a look at that block, amorphous and pitted from chisel strokes.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • Dave hazarded suggestively, as they crossed the main street to the river bank.

    CHAPTER 6

  • Once he drew Cal Galbraith aside and hazarded wild guesses as to who she was, and explained to him that he was going in to win.

    The Wife of a King

  • "That was a lot of folks, Granser," Edwin at last hazarded.

    Page 2

  • "I wonder if it's the Martha come back," Tudor hazarded.

    Chapter 15

  • It was fun, a joke, a problem, a bit of play on which life was lightly hazarded for the joy of the playing.

    A SON OF THE SUN

  • The boy with the billiard ball said that he had never seen it in his life before, and hazarded the suggestion that it had got into his box through some mysterious and occultly evil agency.

    Chapter 21

  • And I hazarded our lives, perhaps, if you please, on a psychological guess that I had convinced our mutineers that we had an inexhaustible stock of illuminators in reserve.

    CHAPTER XLVII

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