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to subject to danger or destruction

Synonyms for imperil

pose a threat to

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pain on the innocent, they do not imperil good institutions run conservatively,
Petraeus added that he doesn't believe that Pakistan military has any desire to imperil the civilian rule.
As the weather warms, vast amounts of melting ice raise sea level, imperil polar bears and threaten the Gulf Stream.
Critics in both countries have noted that the deal also allows India to maintain its nuclear sites controlled by the military, and there is concern that this factor will imperil non-proliferation efforts in South Asia.
The Anglican Journal, along with other members of the Canadian Church Press (CCP) and Magazines Canada, a lobby group of mainstream Canadian magazines, are protesting recent cuts in their annual postal subsidies from the Department of Canadian Heritage, saying the decision was "arbitrary" and could imperil the future of many publications.
Many argue that such smaller businesses are the most heavily impacted by the estate tax--so much so that it could imperil many of them.
Government tends to attract people looking for job security who come in risk-averse, a tendency which only grows as risk might imperil their slow but steady rise up the ladder.
Short-term strategizing cannot be allowed to imperil Iraq's long-term physical and political rehabilitation, and Iraqi resources must be exploited only in service to the Iraqi people.
Will irradiating to eliminate the threat of anthrax imperil medication shipments?
Such startling numbers could cause fluctuations in the timber markets, threaten overall forest health, and imperil wildlife, said the United Nation's Economic Commission for Europe (ECE).
7 when it became clear that it would imperil the overall spending bill.
If we do nothing, and allow the forces of extremism to prevail, we will imperil both our morality and our freedom (or that of our children).
Risk factors that may cause future results to differ from those implied in these forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, the fact that our limited financial resources may be insufficient to permit us to develop products and introduce them to the market, the fact that we rely on a small number of customers so that the loss of a significant customer could imperil the marketing of an entire product line, and the difficulty of attracting mass-market retailers to a seasonal product like the Talking Road Whiz(TM).
The team proposed that fish farms imperil wild salmon, which must swim past the farms as they migrate to the sea.
bishop Robert Duncan of Pittsburgh remarked that the primates have spoken with "breath-taking" clarity, upholding the freedom of individual provinces to act as they see fit under their constitutions, but also saying that acting "beyond agreed teaching and practice" will imperil their participation in the communion.