Definition: put in danger
Definition: put in danger
Sentences Containing 'imperil'
The Shadow One of the first considerations which arose in the business mind of Mr. Lorry when business hours came round, was this: that he had no right to imperil Tellson's by sheltering the wife of an emigrant prisoner under the Bank roof.
The merchants finding that the Dey knew all, and fearing that Cervantes under torture might make disclosures that would imperil their own lives, tried to persuade him to slip away on board a vessel that was on the point of sailing for Spain; but he told them they had nothing to fear, for no tortures would make him compromise anybody, and he went at once and gave himself up to the Dey.
And this thou art bound to do for one reason alone, that, being, as I am, resolved to apply this test, it is not for thee to permit me to reveal my weakness to another, and so imperil that honour thou art striving to keep me from losing; and if thine may not stand as high as it ought in the estimation of Camilla while thou art paying court to her, that is of little or no importance, because ere long, on finding in her that constancy which we expect, thou canst tell her the plain truth as regards our stratagem, and so regain thy place in her esteem; and as thou art venturing so little, and by the venture canst afford me so much satisfaction, refuse not to undertake it, even if further difficulties present themselves to thee; for, as I have said, if thou wilt only make a beginning I will acknowledge the issue decided."
He teams with Frank Caeti to form a comedy duo called FrankenMatt, which has performed across the country including the Dallas Comedy Festival, Colorado Improv Festival and Charleston's Spoleto Festival. FrankenMatt's 2012 show was a political satire called American Imperil.
More Vocab Wordsconglomerate - corporation made up of several different companies in diversified fields; mass of various material gathered together; rock consisting of small stones held together by clay; V.
prolong - lengthen; extend; draw out
receptive - quick or willing to receive (ideas, suggestions, etc.); Ex. receptive to the proposal
conglomeration - mass of material sticking together
restitution - returning something (lost or stolen) to the rightful owner; reparation; indemnification; compensation for loss, damage, or injury
comeback - retort; quick clever reply; return to former status
headstrong - willful; stubborn; unyielding; determined to have one's own way; CF. no 'excessive'
controvert - oppose with arguments; attempt to refute; contradict; ADJ. controversial; N. controversy
flora - plants of a region or era
brandish - wave around (a weapon); flourish