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- n. The condition of being hazardous
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- n. the state of being dangerous.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or quality of being hazardous.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the state of being dangerous
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We halted, and he breathlessly told us General Hampton had ordered us to stop on account of the hazardousness of the journey.
Next she inquired whether I did not miss the tiger-shooting and pig-sticking; and I replied (with veraciousness, since I am not the _au fait_ in such sports) that I could not deny a liability to miss both tigers and pigs, and, indeed, all animals that were _feræ naturæ_, and she condemned the hazardousness of these jungle sports, and wished me to promise that I would abstain from them on my return to India.
Graye did a thing the blissfulness of which was only eclipsed by its hazardousness.
The increasing potency and hazardousness of cannabis, cocaine, opium and their derivatives stem directly from illegality.
"The single most important feature of the Basel Convention is the commitment of member countries to a programme of action to limit and eliminate the production of hazardous wastes; to reduce the hazardousness of any waste by applying suitable technology; and to treat residual waste in the best practicable manner.