Examples of imperil in a Sentence
The toxic fumes imperiled the lives of the trapped miners.
The financial health of the company was imperiled by a string of bad investments.
a list of imperiled species
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Climate change significantly imperils public health globally, according to a new report that chronicles the many hazards and symptoms already being seen.
To impose any strait jacket upon the intellectual leaders in our colleges and universities would imperil the future of our Nation. . . .
Party leaders have been trying to finesse that question, but their ability to continue doing that is imperiled as never before.
In a move that some see as further imperiling the current health insurance landscape, the federal government has slashed funds to support its Navigator program, which helps consumers find coverage through the marketplace and enroll for Medicaid.
Uruguay is the only country with a full regime for the legalized sale of cannabis, although a complication with U.S. banking regulations could imperil the country's new marijuana market.
The noxious clamoring of a privileged minority has grown louder on Twitter—imperiling public health, a new study warns.
That level of warming might be enough to imperil millions in underdeveloped island nations; increase the severity and frequency of extreme weather; and create agricultural crises in regions throughout the world.
Another Gorsuch on the court instead of Kennedy would move the court profoundly and dramatically to the right and would imperil much of Kennedy’s legacy.
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