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jeopardy
used in The Bourne Supremacy

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Definition
in danger of misfortune or suffering a loss
  • He said the reason was that if this killer who's posing as my husband —what my husband was in people's eyes — murdered a high political figure on either side, or started an underworld war, Hong Kong's status would be in immediate jeopardy.
    Chapter 14 (89% in)
  • Still, a sheep that was known for bleating a great deal would not stay silent if his dignity was affronted or his business was in jeopardy.
    Chapter 24 (48% in)
  • By so doing you'd jeopardize everything!
    Chapter 28 (24% in)
  • You'll do nothing to jeopardize the lives of five million people, or the vital interests of the United States government.'
    Chapter 34 (14% in)

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