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precarious
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Harry Potter (#4) and the Goblet of Fire
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  • Come along, dear — that’s right — lovely," said Rita Skeeter again, perching herself precariously upon an upturned bucket, pushing Harry down onto a cardboard box, and closing the door, throwing them into darkness.

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  • Her footing on the ladder looked precarious.
  • a precarious political situation

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