dangerously

[ US /ˈdeɪndʒɝəsɫi/ ]
[ UK /dˈe‍ɪnd‍ʒəɹəsli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a dangerous manner
    he came dangerously close to falling off the ledge
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How To Use dangerously In A Sentence

  • As it was, his expression hardened, the catlike sharpness of his pupils glinting dangerously.
  • He wrenched him around and grasped his scrawny neck in a dangerously tight headlock.
  • Max warned her she was sailing dangerously close to the wind and risked prosecution.
  • They have been drained of meaning by their lazy overuse, dangerously sharp and potent concepts reduced to kitsch cliché.
  • I thought it dangerously late in the season for controlled heather burning, a real threat to ground nesting birds like red grouse and dunlin. Country diary: East Cheshire Hills
  • Kata training is great for defense, raising your level of fitness, toning your body muscles and releasing those dangerously high levels of stress.
  • The principals of the local schools could be counted on for a couple of fresh scrubbed altar boys in charge of polished crucifix, candlesticks and dangerously toxic swinging thuribles.
  • I've got a peacock-green number, a black thing with loads of diamanté, and a shiny silver one with a dangerously low neckline.
  • The “ghost” plotline is coming dangerously close to shark-jumping territory, in my opinion. 20 minutes too long? : Bev Vincent
  • But that is moving dangerously close to what we might call the Gilligan defence: some of the details were wrong, m'lud, but it was, in essence, true.
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