Definitions

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  • adv. In a hazardous manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a hazardous manner.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in a dangerous manner

Etymologies

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hazardous +‎ -ly

Examples

  • A tiny 1963 sedan from Dutch automaker DAF took an agonizing 28.9 seconds to reach only 50 and was "almost hazardously unable to keep up with main road traffic," we said.

    First baby boomers hit retirement age. Those whippersnappers!

  • Finally, I neared the location of my primary target – Mokuba, a shanty town with a mass of hazardously placed explosives just waiting to devastate living flesh.

    Permanent Death, Episode 2: From Here to the Hearafter

  • Yet they were reared hazardously one on another, and ever and anon flashing towers and rainbow minarets crumbled thunderously into the flood.

    CHAPTER 24

  • Not only is the country more dangerous -- and hazardously polluted -- but electricity remains sporadic, water scarce, traffic hazardous and violence high.

    Patricia DeGennaro: Mr. President, Take a Firm Lead in Afghanistan

  • A candy company that markets its products as "hazardously sour" and uses names like "Toxic Waste" and "Nuclear Sludge," issued a product recall on January 13 after discovering it was actually toxic.

    This Candy Found TOXIC

  • A candy company that markets its products as "hazardously sour" and uses names like "Toxic Waste" and "Nuclear Sludge," issued a product recall on January...

    This Candy Found TOXIC

  • A candy company that markets its products as hazardously sour and uses names like

    This Candy Found TOXIC

  • I bought a Korean hot plate from Karada, perched it hazardously on top of the fridge, and made scrambled eggs.

    Day of Honey

  • These had to have been quite the most ill-conceived, poorly engineered, shockingly styled, hazardously un-driveable and ugly vehicles ever to hit the tarmac.

    Sliding Doors

  • The result is that drivers feel more comfortable with their surroundings, but instead of making the road safer, it provides a sense of security that allows drivers to drive more hazardously.

    2009 November 02 « worlds in a grain of sand

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