Part of speech: verb

To expose to danger.

Part of speech: noun

Exposure to chance of injury, loss, or destruction.

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Usage examples "peril":

  1. Then you can take them when you please, and if you cut over you know it and you do it at your peril. - "Betty Wales Freshman", Edith K. Dunton.
  2. It will mean a desperate risk, and if you go, you must comprehend thoroughly the peril involved. - "Love Under Fire", Randall Parrish.
  3. My Lord Bacurius, you must have regard unto the Queen, she is your prisoner, 'tis at your peril if she make escape. - "A King, and No King", Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher.