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jeopardy (s) (noun), jeopardies (pl)
1. A hazard, a risk of sever injury, or an exposure to loss, to harm, or to death: One's health is in jeopardy when smoking cigarettes, drinking alcohol, and consuming drugs.
2. A source of danger or a possibility of incurring misfortune: Jack was in jeopardy because of the precariousness of hiking alone in the mountains with the wrong shoes and nothing to drink.
An exposure to injury or peril.
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