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harm's way

noun

Definition of harm's way

  1. :  a dangerous place or situation <was placed in harm's way> <got them out of harm's way>



Examples of harm's way in a sentence

  1. <got everyone out of harm's way just minutes before the house was ripped apart by the tornado>



1631

First Known Use of harm's way

1631


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