[ UK /pɹɪkˈe‍əɹɪəsnəs/ ]
  1. extreme dangerousness
  2. being unsettled or in doubt or dependent on chance
    the uncertainty of the outcome
    the precariousness of his income
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How To Use precariousness In A Sentence

  • The familiar precariousness of working-class life is only now hitting the middle classes.
  • The precariousness of these ladders is evident in that they need to be replaced every 10-12 weeks due to structural damage from the intense humidity and dampness. Linda Constant: Thirsty in Tanzania: Africa's Infrastructure Challenge of Climate Change and Development
  • Daily clashes between cabinet members highlight the precariousness of the agreement.
  • She doesn't realize the precariousness of her situation even during a serious disaster like this.
  • You've clearly beaten precarité ( "precariousness") once and for all! Tom Guarriello: Une Erreur Terrible
  • The program's precariousness threatens to upend his family.
  • They recognized the precariousness of the foothold.
  • In a speech delivered on the tarmac, Benedict referred to the precariousness many young people see in their future. The Seattle Times
  • The angle I've taken the pics from accentuate the precariousness of the rock!
  • the precariousness of his income
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