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  • It certainly made life on the run more dangerous and therefore more difficult.
  • The journey was often considered particularly difficult and dangerous for women or children.
  • This system replaced a dangerous race back to the start-finish line.
  • This makes it highly dangerous to transport or use in its pure form.
  • A player can cross the line of the ball when it does not create a dangerous situation.
  • They are widely considered to be one of the most dangerous large animals in Africa.
  • There are a range of views over what level of climate change is dangerous.
  • I have seen him often undertake most dangerous things in the last wars.
  • The element is most dangerous if taken into the body.
  • If the leading team is quite comfortable, leaving their own stones in play can also be dangerous.
  • He suggests that it may be somewhat or possibly very dangerous for humans.
  • India has been ranked the most dangerous place to be born a girl according to UN figures.
  • The work was considered dangerous and many workers died, although no official records exist to indicate how many.
  • High speed at night was simply too dangerous.
  • These two lead the two heroes into some of their most interesting and dangerous adventures.
  • Ice skating can be a very dangerous sport once one gets to higher levels.
  • And I have seen for myself the very difficult and dangerous circumstances in which we ask our soldiers to serve.
  • This causes the patient's blood sugar levels to rise to a dangerous level.
  • Studies have shown that Latin America contains the majority of the world's most dangerous cities.
  • The roads are also dangerous due to accidents and lack of security forces.
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Meaning of dangerous

  • adjective Involving or causing danger or risk; liable to hurt or harm
    a dangerous criminal, a dangerous bridge, unemployment reached dangerous proportions