[ US /ˈdeɪndʒɝ/ ]
[ UK /dˈe‍ɪnd‍ʒɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the condition of being susceptible to harm or injury
    you are in no danger
    there was widespread danger of disease
  2. a cause of pain or injury or loss
    he feared the dangers of traveling by air
  3. a venture undertaken without regard to possible loss or injury
    he saw the rewards but not the risks of crime
    there was a danger he would do the wrong thing
  4. a dangerous place
    He moved out of danger
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How To Use danger In A Sentence

  • He asked me bluntly, ‘Why would you want to leave private life and take on such a difficult, dangerous and probably thankless job?’
  • He added: 'I consider them insidious and extremely dangerous. Times, Sunday Times
  • The danger in Iraq is repeating the biggest mistake - yielding to gradualism.
  • Its heroes were beastly revellers or cruel and ferocious plunderers; its heroines unsexed hoidens, playing the ugliest tricks with their lovers, and repaying slights with bloody revenge, -- very dangerous and unsatisfactory companions for any other than the fire - eating Vikings and redhanded, unwashed Berserkers. The Conflict with Slavery and Others, Complete, Volume VII, The Works of Whittier: the Conflict with Slavery, Politics and Reform, the Inner Life and Criticism
  • The wise man in the storm prays to God, not for safety from danger, but for deliverance from fear. Ralph Waldo Emerson 
  • The countless mini-roundabouts popping up where there just simply isn't room for a roundabout is another danger, increasing the number of small shunts & bumps.
  • Regardless of how skilled she knew she was, the extreme risk and danger of what she was about to undertake wasn't lost on her.
  • People are becoming more sensitized to the dangers threatening the environment.
  • Yet any surgical procedure is fraught with danger. The Sun
  • inconceivability" is used in the sense of relative inconceivability, it is incorrectly used, unless it is qualified in some way; because, if used without qualification, there is danger of its being confused with inconceivability in its absolute sense. A Candid Examination of Theism
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