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adventure participation in exciting or dangerous things, or the feeling that one gets from these experiences. [1/5 definitions]
airlift the systematic transportation of people or supplies by air when ground routes are impossible or dangerous to use, esp. in a battle zone or during an emergency. [1/2 definitions]
awkward slightly dangerous; requiring caution or tact. [1/4 definitions]
big game (informal) any important or dangerous quarry. [1/2 definitions]
brinkmanship the practice of seeking advantage by pursuing a dangerous course of action to the brink of disaster.
bruiser (informal) a large, strong, potentially dangerous person.
cornered in an awkward, embarrassing, or dangerous position from which escape is difficult. [1/2 definitions]
dare to provoke or challenge (someone) into doing something dangerous or adventurous as a test of courage. [1/4 definitions]
daredevil a person who recklessly risks physical harm by performing dangerous feats. [1/2 definitions]
decontaminate to clear of impurities or dangerous substances; remove contaminants from. [1/2 definitions]
desperado a daring or dangerous outlaw.
dicey (informal) chancy or dangerous; risky.
extreme risky or thrill-seeking, as sports or other activities that involve heights, speed, or dangerous stunts. [1/7 definitions]
firetrap a building that is at high risk of catching fire and is esp. dangerous in case of fire.
Frankenstein a creation or agency that becomes dangerous to its creator. [1/3 definitions]
German measles a mild contagious viral disease, characterized by swollen glands, fever, and a rash, and dangerous to fetuses in the first three months of pregnancy.
harmful causing or likely to cause harm; damaging; dangerous.
hot water (informal) a troublesome situation; dangerous circumstance; difficulty; predicament (usu. prec. by in, into or the like).
insidious dangerous through cunning, subtlety, and underhandedness. [2 definitions]
lightship a ship equipped with sirens, lights, foghorns, and the like that is moored in dangerous waters to guide other ships.
monitor a device for observing or recording continuous data about the function, operation, or condition of something, esp. a device that gives warning of an abnormal or potentially dangerous condition. [1/11 definitions]