The depredations committed by the pirates at this time were so serious that the safety of the inhabitants was imperilled.
Do you suggest that a man's honour is imperilled in His Grace's service?
Thus Herr Ernst, far more anxious about his invalid, helpless wife than his imperilled wares, soon reached his own door.
I knew all this—I knew that life itself was imperilled by the act I had committed!
"Never, dear Jack, whilst you are imperilled," she firmly replied.
Rickie had irritated her, and, in her desire to shock him, she had imperilled her own peace.
In a few seconds the imperilled nine were behind the heavy gates, only one of their number, Boone's brother, being wounded.
Not to have lighted the house would have imperilled the window-panes.
Let England be imperilled, and Englishmen will fight; in such extremity there is no choice.
And that one, dearer than the blood of her body, imperilled by her.