harm's way

noun
danger; a dangerous situation: to get out of harm's way during a storm.
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It is possible that he might be guided in some good path, and kept out of
  harm's way, without any of these things.
Getting close enough means putting oneself in harm's way.
Spectators shared in the risk: at many motordromes, they peered down from the
  lip of the track, in harm's way.
Expose people to needs, provide opportunities for volunteering, and put people
  in harm's way of being asked to volunteer.
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