in danger, at risk, said of something where there is a strong possibility something bad will happen to it (for example, a species in danger of going extinct) | simple past tense and past participle of endanger
How to use Endangered in a Sentence?
The foetus is especially endangered when the passages are attended with much bearing-down pain.
No serious wound endangered his life: he had only lost his breath for a moment.
Many of the latter had refused heavy bribes; as many had endangered their political lives.
The slightest progress of the Belgian army might have endangered their line of communications.
Caraccioli asked leave to go back to Naples to look after his endangered property.
The fear led to a hate that threatened the lives of millions and endangered the Galactic peace.
Even then the plot was endangered when, turning at the sound of hoof-beats, Lee saw him coming.
Even before the war there were such cases after railroad collisions and other frightful occurrences which endangered life.
Are their liberties ever so little endangered as when this spirit is allayed and all its foreign excitements removed?
It was this latest manoeuvre that aggravated the natural topheaviness of the chair, and endangered its balance.
Troops were kept constantly clearing the roofs of buildings of the accumulation of sand and ashes which endangered the structures.
Suiting the action to the word he began kicking at the door in a way that endangered the panels, thick as they were.
All the wires in the cable are endangered if the cross be with a wire of the primary circuit of a high-tension transmission line.
They have so consumed the supplies, and so endangered the royal treasury, that other very necessary things cannot be attended to.
These winds would have greatly endangered our ships upon their entrance to and departure from that coast, which is very bold.
Her peace of mind is important to me, very important, and her tranquillity must not be endangered by these wild visits.
As long as the wind continued moderate, so long would he toss over the little waves without being endangered in any way.
The endangered intention is neither completely suppressed nor does it, without regard to individual cases, come through wholly intact.
And the fashionable pet of the ladies, the pug, might by a wayward movement produce a crash which endangered the peace of the house.
However, we will give a charitable interpretation to the act; the boat was already overcrowded; one more might have endangered all.
Crossing the stormy straights in small canoes, camping out at night in the wildest woods, our lives were endangered many times.
Above all, nothing was said about the right of Americans to sail the seas without their lives being endangered by warships.
And he was much struck with the fact that what he could do peacefully in Egypt, in a portion of his own country would have endangered his life.
She endangered her neighbours because there was no guarantee that she might not fall under the tutelage of one of them and become a weapon against the others.
Ignorant of the part I had acted, he had rushed into the jaws of this pest, and endangered a life unspeakably valuable to his children and friends.
The Bank of England, in its early stages, was endangered by various and extraordinary circumstances.
Fearing, thus, to leave the furs behind, and now endangered by their weight, Hager found the situation maddening.
Nor is the mechanism so simple that the success of an act is assured by an intensification of the attention bestowed upon it, and endangered by its diminution.
Why Carlo Caraffa should thus have endangered the life and reputation of his sister-in-law as well as that of his enemy is not definitely stated.
His debts would not stand in his way, if only he could make this rich father believe that in other matters his daughter would not be endangered by the marriage.
But "The Curlew" was our all: we couldn't see it endangered without rushing to the rescue.
Short Example Sentence for Endangered
But her fortune both endangered and protected her.
He had endangered his own and other lives to humor a boyish whim.
She had taken it into her head that his health was endangered in some way.
And she had such a dim sense of the people who might be endangered by it.
He would have his order endangered by no looseness of priestly morals.
She seems to have been less endangered in performing these acts than were men.
Penda's victories endangered the cause of Christianity.
She had stepped too far, and had thereby, for a moment, endangered her sport.
Is anything, then, of God's contriving endangered by inquiry?