Monday, 13th August 2007 : Today's Word is...
( Verb )
Pronunciation : (jep'or-diz')
1. To expose to loss or injury
2. To subject to danger or destruction
3. Pose a threat to or present a danger to
4. Put at risk
1. Give safety
2. Keep safe
• It is not advisable to jeopardize your health for this petty gain of money.
• Nancy jeopardized her life but saved a drowning child.
• A sudden realization came upon him that life was real and life was earnest and that if he did not wish to jeopardize a good situation, he must bestir himself.
Jeopardous : Adjective
Jeopardy : Noun
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