As a law professor in the early 60s, she hid her second pregnancy because she was afraid it might endanger her job.
The GOP lambasted the president for being too aloof and casual about leaks that endanger national security.
The 4th of July is customarily marked by charcoal “cook-outs,” which endanger the community.
The faithful are instructed to stay away from “SPs,” who are thought to endanger spiritual development.
He's willing to endanger millions in order to pass the threshold.
It was certain he would not go far enough from the cavern to endanger his safety or to imperil his return.
We not only have no right to endanger another's life by a duel, but we have no right to endanger our own.
No one was willing to endanger his safety by any act of respect toward his remains.
We naturally wish to increase production there, rather than endanger it.
But I must see to it that he never again does anything like this to endanger us.