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She is in jeopardy of being kicked off the team.
in danger of misfortune or suffering a loss

The expression double jeopardy specifically means to put someone at risk of conviction a second time after they have already been found innocent. It is unconstitutional to place someone in double jeopardy in the United States.

There is also a popular game show called Jeopardy that quizzes contestants on their knowledge of trivia.
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