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Sentence count:142+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-10-09Updated:2016-12-13
Antonym: safetySimilar words: jeopardizepardonpeoplein the openhardyardcardbeardMeaning: ['dʒepə(r)dɪ]  n. a source of danger; a possibility of incurring loss or misfortune. 
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(1) Thousands of jobs are in jeopardy.
(2) The lives of thousands of birds are in jeopardy as a result of the oil spillage.
(3) Placed in jeopardy by a man whose status made him a mere Pawn.
(4) Show jeopardy: Langbaurgh's budget economies have cast a shadow over the future of East Cleveland's annual show.
(5) His reputation already in jeopardy, Young further offended gentiles with what they thought was his most heartless scheme.
(6) The criminal trial system would be placed in jeopardy.
(7) Such a defense remains in jeopardy, however, because Kaczynski has refused to be interviewed by two government-hired psychiatrists.
(8) Nor is there any double jeopardy bar to a civil case following a criminal acquittal.
(9) These factors combined to put me in jeopardy every noon hour.
(10) Could the jeopardy you were in be traced back to the school somehow?
(11) His foolish behaviour may put his whole future in jeopardy.
(12) The future of the school and 50 jobs are in jeopardy.
(13) The killings could put the whole peace process in jeopardy.
(14) A series of setbacks have put the whole project in jeopardy.
(15) A fall in demand for oil tankers has put/placed thousands of jobs in the shipbuilding industry in jeopardy.
(16) His foolish remark and behaviour may put his whole future in jeopardy.
(17) The civil war has put thousands of lives in jeopardy.
(18) He has conducted a campaign, full knowing his Cabinet post was in jeopardy whether or not the Conservatives win on Thursday.
(19) Yet without fairly radical surgery, the long-term health of the company might have been in jeopardy.
(20) Finally, the sweetness of the moment dulled the pain of knowing I had just placed my most cherished customer in jeopardy.
(21) For staff at oxford regional health authority it means their jobs are in jeopardy.
(22) When people do not know how to bring up or what to teach their children their cultural heritage is indeed in jeopardy.
(23) A crash in a Formula 3000 race at Brands Hatch left him seriously injured and his career in jeopardy.
(24) He would never admit to himself that this was because Jeopardy seemed beyond him.
(25) Chuck was too crafty, too careful to put himself in jeopardy that way.
(26) Her film career languished and her friendship with the outspokenly leftist Paul Robeson put Horne in further jeopardy.
(27) Lucien feared that if he told the other vibrancers he was working with Jeopardy, it would excite resentment among them.
(28) I think if I'd opened my mouth to say something irrelevant or personal to myself I would have been in jeopardy.
(29) This time it looks serious and if he is forced to resign then my own position could be in jeopardy.
(30) Otherwise we put the continuity of vital work in jeopardy by failing to shelter it from the winds of international currency exchanges.
More similar words: jeopardizepardonpeoplein the openhardyardcardbeardawardguardboardtowardhazardforwardregardgardenon guardtear downhardwareon boardstandarddiscardpar.blizzardbackyardhardly anypostcardboardingpartput forward
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