The depredations committed by the pirates at this time were so serious that the safety of the inhabitants was imperilled.
I knew all this—I knew that life itself was imperilled by the act I had committed!
Thus Herr Ernst, far more anxious about his invalid, helpless wife than his imperilled wares, soon reached his own door.
Rickie had irritated her, and, in her desire to shock him, she had imperilled her own peace.
"Never, dear Jack, whilst you are imperilled," she firmly replied.
Do you suggest that a man's honour is imperilled in His Grace's service?
In a few seconds the imperilled nine were behind the heavy gates, only one of their number, Boone's brother, being wounded.
Not to have lighted the house would have imperilled the window-panes.
Let England be imperilled, and Englishmen will fight; in such extremity there is no choice.
And that one, dearer than the blood of her body, imperilled by her.