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  • adj. superlative form of unsafe: most unsafe.


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  • Ironically, El Paso is one of the safest American cities — and it now lies alongside the unsafest city in Mexico.

    A Tale of Two Cities

  • "Remember we're the unsafest, most aggressive nation in the world," said Professor Marie Poggenpoel of the UJ nursing department.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Sometimes, I have been at the computer during lightning storms, and Lady was in the unsafest place in the house: in the nook between the desk beside me and the file cabinet.

    Uneasy lovin'

  • He hired out quite the dirtiest and unsafest bicycles in the whole south of England, and conducted the subsequent discussions with astonishing verve.

    The War in the Air

  • Yea, but the unsafest thing about those F-150s are the Repug, drunk, single-digit IQers driving them!

    Think Progress » Norton sails through the revolving door.

  • The cities of West Africa at night are some of the unsafest places in the world.

    The Coming Anarchy

  • It's safe to touch, but the unsafest thing anyone could eat.

    The Source of Magic

  • Intense feeling is apt to build upon a half-truth -- the unsafest of all foundations.

    Men in the Making

  • The hand-grenade is the unsafest and most treacherous of all weapons and even in practice accidents and near-accidents frequently occur.

    Italy at War and the Allies in the West

  • To wait upon God only seems one of the unsafest things they can do, and to have their expectation from Him alone is like building on the sand.

    The God of All Comfort


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