hazardously


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haz·ard·ous

 (hăz′ər-dəs)
adj.
1. Marked by danger; perilous.
2. Depending on chance; risky.

haz′ard·ous·ly adv.
haz′ard·ous·ness n.
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Adv.1.hazardously - in a dangerous manner; "he came dangerously close to falling off the ledge"
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During low tide phases, water can become hazardously shallow and almost impossible to navigate.
So, I took it upon myself to make a documentary that would alert others of the widespread danger, which hazardously impacts public health and the environment worldwide.
Many of the 28 participants in the six-week pilot demonstrated significant reductions in hazardous alcohol use while using the system (56 percent of days spent hazardously drinking at baseline vs.
He said that urgent measures were needed to tackle environmental issues, which have become hazardously dangerous.
Expert evidence and research confirms cheaper drinks are favoured by those who drink hazardously or harmfully, and a minimum unit price would have a disproportionate targeting effect on problematic drinking, reducing alcohol problems and achieving health and other benefits for individuals and our communities as a whole.
Actual Kula canoes (which have to be sailed, hazardously, laboriously, and slowly, between islands in the Kula ring) are evaluated against the standard set by the mythical flying canoe, which achieves the same results instantly, effortlessly, and without any of the normal hazards.
Faye may be sketchily drawn, but her "mental clarity can seem so hazardously penetrating, a reader might fear the same risk of invasion and exposure" (New York Times Book Review).
Life is going to prove hazardously disastrous for the Muslims and Christians of India in general and particularly for those who are unfortunately poor and destitute.
For example, holocausts propitiated by psychopaths, world wars waged hazardously and marked by individual or group ambitions, economic crises produced by the lack of moderation of a few, and revolutions brought on by subversive individuals and "Oriental" tyrants (as Lenin was characterized).
DAILY POST Page Expert evidence and research confirms cheaper drinks are favoured by those who drink hazardously or harmfully, and a minimum unit price would have a disproportionate targeting effect on problematic drinking.
6 million children in the UK are living with parents who are drinking hazardously and 705,000 living with dependent drinkers.
Parts of Asia have some of the highest levels of air pollution in the world including Beijing and Delhi, where pollutants hazardously soar above those recommended by the World Health Organization.

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