Definition of endanger:
let on, lie in wait, stake, ambush, waylay, disclose, foil, leave in the middle, thwart, imperil, adventure, expose to hazard, put on the spot, fish in troubled waters, subject to loss, put in jeopardy, cross, leave unprotected, bilk, debunk, bring out, leave defenseless, bushwhack, lay open, let out, hazard, discover, venture, spoil, be careless with, put at risk, unwrap, display, peril, threaten, compromise, ambuscade, exhibit, expose to danger, expose to peril, scupper, baffle, reveal, uncover, give away, safety, queer, jeopardise, put in danger, make liable to danger, frustrate, divulge, expose, scotch, jeopardize, break, lurk, menace.
- "Historical Romances: Under the Red Robe, Count Hannibal, A Gentleman of France", Stanley J. Weyman.
- "The Coming of the King", James Hocking.
And for the same reason he wished to avoid meeting his children, whose dear faces might remind him that he was about to endanger the life of their father, and that their bright eyes might soon fill with tears of bitter grief.- "Andreas Hofer", Lousia Muhlbach.