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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
danger (noun)
1.
a) archaic - jurisdiction
b) obsolete - reach range
2.
obsolete - harm damage
3.
exposure or liability to injury, pain, harm, or loss - a place where children could play without danger
4.
a case or cause of danger - the dangers of mining
danger (verb)
transitive verb
archaic - endanger
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
danger (noun)
1.
the state of not being protected from injury, harm, or evil
SYNONIMS:
distress, endangerment, harm's way, imperilment, jeopardy, peril, risk, trouble
RELATED WORDS:
exposure, liability, openness, vulnerability; precariousness, threat; susceptibility, susceptibleness; defenselessness, helplessness, weakness
NEAR ANTONYMS:
preservation, salvation; defense, protection; exemption, immunity, impunity, inviolability, invulnerability
safeness, safety, secureness, security
danger (noun)
2.
something that may cause injury or harm
SYNONIMS:
hazard, imminence, menace, peril, pitfall, risk, threat, trouble
RELATED WORDS:
snare, trap; booby trap
NEAR ANTONYMS:
guard, protection, safeguard, shield, ward; asylum, harbor, haven, refuge, retreat, shelter
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