Synonyms for imperil
|Grammar : Verb|
|Spell : im-per-uhl|
|Phonetic Transcription : ɪmˈpɛr əl|
Top 10 synonyms for imperil Other synonyms for the word imperil
Définition of imperilOrigin :
- 1590s, from assimilated form of in- "into, in" (see in- (2)) + peril. Related: Imperiled; imperiling.
- verb cause to be in danger
- But you must swear to me that under no conditions will you imperil his position there.
- Extract from : « The Boy Scouts on Belgian Battlefields » by Lieut. Howard Payson
- I thought that I had better not imperil my newly gained reputation by guessing.
- Extract from : « The Stark Munro Letters » by J. Stark Munro
- You say in effect that my love is sinful and criminal, and that it will imperil your soul.
- Extract from : « The Woman Thou Gavest Me » by Hall Caine
- Do you think it wise to imperil its success by making it depend so largely on yourself?
- Extract from : « The Destroyer » by Burton Egbert Stevenson
- There thou must cast away all thy possessions and imperil all thy riches.
- Extract from : « Mystics and Saints of Islam » by Claud Field
- I had not done anything to imperil the life or the fortunes of either of them.
- Extract from : « Seek and Find » by Oliver Optic
- It is to cut the tap-root of their strength, and to imperil their very existence.
- Extract from : « A Tour of the Missions » by Augustus Hopkins Strong
- They would array a new class of enemies and imperil the passage of the new law.
- Extract from : « Robert Toombs » by Pleasant A. Stovall
- It is clearly seen that to retain all is to imperil the whole.
- Extract from : « Miracles and Supernatural Religion » by James Morris Whiton
- He will listen to you and he will not imperil his daughter's happiness.
- Extract from : « Monte-Cristo's Daughter » by Edmund Flagg
Antonyms for imperil
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