What is danger?

  • (noun): A dangerous place.
    Example: "He moved out of danger"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on danger:

Law Of Salvage - Conditions Required - Success
... Likewise, if the salvage services which rescue a vessel from one danger eventually make the situation worse, no salvage award is typically granted ... held that the services which rescued a vessel from one danger, but eventually left her in a position of even greater danger, did not contribute to ultimate ...
Law Of Salvage - Conditions Required - Real Danger
... Danger needs to be real but not necessarily immediate or absolute ... The subject of salvage must be in real danger, which means the property is exposed to damage or destruction ... salvor, which means the salvor needs to prove real danger existed when the performance of service commenced ...
Saint Paul - Hardships
... the open sea was constantly on the move had been in danger from rivers, in danger from bandits, in danger from his fellow Jews, in danger from Gentiles in danger in the city, in ...
Star Of Danger
... Star of Danger is a science fiction novel by Marion Zimmer Bradley in her Darkover series ... in "Author's Notes on Chronology" that in her view, Star of Danger occurs about thirty years after the events in The Spell Sword ...

More definitions of "danger":

  • (noun): A cause of pain or injury or loss.
    Example: "He feared the dangers of traveling by air"
  • (noun): A venture undertaken without regard to possible loss or injury.
    Example: "There was a danger he would do the wrong thing"
    Synonyms: risk, peril
  • (noun): The condition of being susceptible to harm or injury.
    Example: "You are in no danger"; "there was widespread danger of disease"

Famous quotes containing the word danger:

    For a man to act himself, he must be perfectly free; otherwise he is in danger of losing all sense of responsibility or of self- respect.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The Government is able to afford a suitable army and a suitable navy. It may maintain them without the slightest danger to the Republic or the cause of free institutions, and fear of additional taxation ought not to change a proper policy in this regard.
    William Howard Taft (1857–1930)

    There’s nothing wrong in suffering, if you suffer for a purpose. Our revolution didn’t abolish danger or death. It simply made danger and death worthwhile.
    —H.G. (Herbert George)