While she could follow a Reagan-like path and compete again, her loss would create a perilous split in the Republican Party.
Unfortunately, this can result in sending a well-intentioned but perilous message.
"We don't have an answer as to whether guns are protective or perilous," Branas says.
Bush campaign adviser Mark McKinnon on the perilous state of the global economy.
As we continued to talk I noticed further signs that Saif might not fully realize the perilous situation he finds himself in.
During this service, the most perilous action occurred in which he was ever engaged.
For his perilous and laborious work it was better, he judged, that he should not be married.
It seemed as if his perilous journey to the Mohawk camp had been in vain.
The Germans made that quite as perilous a venture as the advance had been.
None knew the perilous situation which confronted the two airmen.
c.1300, from Old French perillos "perilous, dangerous" (Modern French périlleux) "dangerous, hazardous," from Latin periculosus "dangerous, hazardous," from periculum "a danger, attempt, risk" (see peril). Related: Perilously; perilousness.