danger zone

NOUN
  1. a dangerous area
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How To Use danger zone In A Sentence

  • The probability of conceding a free kick in the danger zone is reduced. Times, Sunday Times
  • This stretch of coast has been designated a danger zone.
  • He said the dreaded Bermuda triangle, an area from the sacrum down the buttocks cheeks, over the anus, is no longer the danger zone it was thought to be in the 1980s.
  • With the volume level edged up to the danger zone, Rattle's conception clicks into place.
  • It is just a danger zone, a boundary beyond which all is lost.
  • Aid workers were advised to leave the danger zone.
  • He was delighted had edged away from danger zone since he over in November and now safely wallowing mid-table mediocrity. The Sun
  • Although the mined area in subsequent wars was clearly mapped and out of human reach, quite a sizeable portion became a danger zone and was, therefore, fenced.
  • Can we have a round of applause, now, for seeing-eyed dogs who deliver their charges safely over the worlds danger zones? in Alps, Cafés | Permalink Cafés
  • The government was contemplating fining anyone who was found within the island's danger zone.
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