And while I may have put a bunch of stunt guys in peril on Titanic, it was my ass in the sphere on the dive.
And few have experienced the peril of this punishing violence like the residents of Aleppo.
Bennett captures the peril of an era when heads rolled and the grit of two women seeking to survive on their own terms.
Sunday's episode illustrated both the peril and the promise of Homeland's make-or-break moment.
Since 2006, people have underestimated Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall) at their own peril.
Just be a little careful, and you are perfectly out of peril.
The peril was so great that he was quite gay as he faced it.
It is this peril which we hope to prevent you from falling into with all our strength and all our affection.'
And they did not fail to recognize the peril in which they were.
But the breakers, in plain sight, gave us assurance of the peril we had so narrowly escaped.
c.1200, from Old French peril "danger, risk" (10c.), from Latin periculum "an attempt, trial, experiment; risk, danger," with instrumentive suffix -culum and element also found in experiri "to try," cognate with Greek peria "trial, attempt, experience," empeiros "experienced," Old Irish aire "vigilance," Gothic ferja "watcher," Old English fær "danger, fear" (see fear (n.)).