endangered (part of speech: verb)
- Meanwhile the constellation of war has taken such a form, that the German Government foresees the time at which it will be forced to regain the freedom of action that it has reserved to itself in the Note of May 4th last, and thus the President's steps may be jeopardized." - "My Three Years in America", Johann Heinrich Andreas Hermann Albrecht Graf von Bernstorff.
- All their plans would be upset- the villages would be alarmed, and his own life greatly jeopardized. - "The Sign of the Spider", Bertram Mitford.
- It would seem, therefore, that world peace through international agreements is most safe in the hands of democratic representative governments- or, in other words, peace is most greatly jeopardized in and by those nations where democracy has been discarded or has never developed. - "Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present", Various.