A meltdown at the plant could imperil tens of thousands of citizens, especially children and pregnant women.
Romney warned that a second Obama term would “remake” the Supreme Court and imperil the future of gun rights.
Tax cuts, Labour argues, will imperil economic recovery—not exactly the type of message you win voters over with.
You want less concentration in banking—at least the type that will screw the little guy and imperil the economy?
The goal should be to enable that flow without allowing undue systemic risk and greed to imperil it.
Are you going to make me imperil your life too, and after I have tried so hard?
You say in effect that my love is sinful and criminal, and that it will imperil your soul.
Believe me, that our duty is to protect the corpus of the estate, and to this end we may not act on any instruction to imperil it.
How can I imperil that love, and how can I stultify that honour?
It was certain he would not go far enough from the cavern to endanger his safety or to imperil his return.