dangerous


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Synonyms for dangerous

Synonyms for dangerous

causing or marked by danger or pain, for example

Synonyms for dangerous

involving or causing danger or risk

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Antonyms

causing fear or anxiety by threatening great harm

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One of the mournfulest calamities which men's disposition to climb dangerous mountains has resulted in, happened on Mont Blanc in September 1870.
The Bill of Rights of that State declares that standing armies are dangerous to liberty, and ought not to be kept up in time of peace.
Is an indefinite power to raise money dangerous in the hands of the federal government?
So that the governor got rid of the dangerous and the crazy prisoner at the same time?
When an army is overthrown and its leader slain, the cause will surely be found among these five dangerous faults.
No accident of a disastrous kind occurred, excepting the loss of a horse, which, in passing along the giddy edge of a precipice, called the Cornice, a dangerous pass between Jackson's and Pierre's Hole, fell over the brink, and was dashed to pieces.
Come," said he, "I cannot think the expedition a very dangerous one; and it will fall out with my voyage as with that piece M.
I am sent off," said he, "without seamen to man my boat, in boisterous weather, and on the most dangerous part of the northwest coast.
Would it be dangerous to be out in the open air when such a thing is taking place?
You have played a rather dangerous game, and it strikes me that you have lost it.
Jeroboam set up a golden calf here to fascinate his people and keep them from making dangerous trips to Jerusalem to worship, which might result in a return to their rightful allegiance.
In terrific hurricanes, in tropical heats, when making dangerous departures, and descents still more dangerous, it had, at all times and in all places, come out safely.
Especially just at this age, so dangerous both for girls and boys.
No one can say that Guph was not brave, for he had determined to visit those dangerous creatures the Phanfasms, who resided upon the very top of the dread Mountain of Phantastico.
We never go to war with them if we can help it, on account of their dangerous horns; but this insult was so great and so unprovoked that our brave men decided to fight, in order to be revenged," said the woman.