jeopardous


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jeopardous

(ˈdʒɛpədəs)
adj
risky; perilous
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jeopardous

adjective
Involving possible risk, loss, or injury:
Slang: hairy.
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"However, if Armenia tries to create any jeopardous atmosphere in the region, it would be more damaging for Armenia.
(161) Aspects of corporations allow for abuses: there is substantial concern that companies "externalize the risks of their more jeopardous undertakings by establishing subsidiaries" to shield themselves from liability.