jeopardise


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Synonyms for jeopardise

pose a threat to

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He said: "It is a mistake not just because it jeopardises much-needed investment and jobs, but also for the message it sends to the vast majority of people who are rock solid behind the peace process.
He didn't do that and I know through the times we have spoken he would never allow any person - and I don't say a player - to jeopardise the harmony of this club.
A default "would certainly jeopardise the stability, but not just the stability of the US economy, it would jeopardise the stability at large," the first woman to head the International Monetary Fund told ABC News.
Sirens sold at car accessory shops pose a risk that could jeopardise the lives of users and other road users.
A letter from Seaham Town Council says: "In public consultation meetings which have been arranged by the developers of the Centre of Excellence and film studio scheme, the consultants made it very clear that if there were any wind turbines constructed in the near locality of their development then this was likely to jeopardise their scheme and might, in fact, result in them abandoning the whole project.
I had time and again warned the government against such unconstitutional steps which could jeopardise the entire democratic system.
WALES forward Alun-Wyn Jones has revealed the full agony of his Twickenham sin-bin torture and admitted: "I thought it would jeopardise my international career.
Clubs chasing promotion don't want to jeopardise promotion by gaining injuries and suspensions; clubs endeavouring to escape relegation don't want to jeopardise safety with needless extra fixtures.
The First Minister said: "To jeopardise the entire future of Scottish international football on the basis of an undertaking from one official, at one point in time, I think is daft.
The African Union said yesterday that plans by the International Criminal Court to prosecute Sudanese government officials for alleged warcrimes could jeopardise peace efforts in Darfur.
PROPOSALS to merge Staffordshire Ambulance Service into a wider regional body could jeopardise its response times, the Tory MP for Lichfield has warned.