Kobe got docked but his career was never going to be in jeopardy.
What you saw was his first instinct, even when his life and his liberty was in jeopardy.
It has established economic arrangements that would also be in jeopardy if the Pak-U.S. relationship deteriorated.
I think people look at me as that, hopefully, friendly host on jeopardy, almost like one of the family by now.
Now, however, a successful appearance on jeopardy is unlikely to yield anything more than a few thousand dollars.
The public began to murmur, and the whole success of the evening was in jeopardy, until Malibran came to the rescue.
There was no spice of jeopardy in them; no preludes of intrigue.
The evidence against him would not suffice to put in jeopardy any one in our days.
Persons were branded as cowards who would not put their lives in jeopardy.
Not every freeman was willing to put in jeopardy his own liberty that another might be free.
c.1300, ioparde (13c. in Anglo-French), from Old French jeu parti, literally "a divided game, game with even chances," from jeu "a game" (from Latin iocus "jest;" see joke (n.)) + parti, past participle of partir "to divide" (see part (v.)). Originally "a stratagem;" sense of "danger, risk" is late 14c.