Definition of Imperiling

1. Verb. (present participle of imperil) ¹



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Definition of Imperiling

1. imperil [v] - See also: imperil

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Imperiling

imperialisms
imperialist
imperialistic
imperialistically
imperialists
imperialities
imperiality
imperialize
imperialized
imperializes
imperializing
imperially
imperials
imperil
imperiled
imperiling (current term)
imperilled
imperilling
imperilment
imperilments
imperils
imperious
imperiously
imperiousness
imperiousnesses
imperipinnate
imperishability
imperishable
imperishableness
imperishables

Literary usage of Imperiling

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1. A Treatise on the Law of Agency: Including Not Only a Discussion of the by Floyd Russell Mechem (1914)
"imperiling broker's security.—As indicated in an earlier section, however, a broker cannot be required to obey instructions not to sell where to do so would ..."

2. A Dictionary of American Politics: Comprising Accounts of Political Parties by Everit Brown, Albert Strauss (1907)
"... and their children In the founding and growth under God of our widely-extended country, and while imperiling the perpetuity of our civil and religious ..."

3. Negligence of Imposed Duties, Personal by Charles Andrew Ray (1891)
"imperiling SAFETY OF TRAVELERS. Sec. 14. Negligence Causing Injury to Traveler. a. Excavating in or near Highway. b. Falling of Fence or Limbs of Trees. c. ..."

4. International Finance and Its Reorganization by Elisha Michael Friedman (1922)
"imperiling OF PEACE—In favor of cancellation the argument is advanced that the existence of war debts leads to hatred of the creditor country and is an ..."

5. Report of the Commission and of the Minority Commissioner of the United by United States Pacific Railway Commission, Robert Emory Pattison, Charles P. Young, Edward C. Manners (1887)
"... value of I ho roads subsidized by the United States and on which it has a lien, thereby increasing and in no way imperiling or affecting its security. ..."

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