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im·per·il

 (ĭm-pĕr′əl)
tr.v. im·per·iled, im·per·il·ing, im·per·ils or im·per·illed or im·per·il·ling
To expose to peril. See Synonyms at endanger.

im·per′il·ment n.

imperil

(ɪmˈpɛrɪl)
vb, -rils, -rilling or -rilled, -rils, -riling or -riled
(tr) to place in danger or jeopardy; endanger
imˈperilment n

im•per•il

(ɪmˈpɛr əl)

v.t. -iled, -il•ing (esp. Brit.) -illed, -il•ling.
to put in peril; endanger.
[1590–1600]
im•per′il•ment, n.

imperil


Past participle: imperilled
Gerund: imperilling

Imperative
imperil
imperil
Present
I imperil
you imperil
he/she/it imperils
we imperil
you imperil
they imperil
Preterite
I imperilled
you imperilled
he/she/it imperilled
we imperilled
you imperilled
they imperilled
Present Continuous
I am imperilling
you are imperilling
he/she/it is imperilling
we are imperilling
you are imperilling
they are imperilling
Present Perfect
I have imperilled
you have imperilled
he/she/it has imperilled
we have imperilled
you have imperilled
they have imperilled
Past Continuous
I was imperilling
you were imperilling
he/she/it was imperilling
we were imperilling
you were imperilling
they were imperilling
Past Perfect
I had imperilled
you had imperilled
he/she/it had imperilled
we had imperilled
you had imperilled
they had imperilled
Future
I will imperil
you will imperil
he/she/it will imperil
we will imperil
you will imperil
they will imperil
Future Perfect
I will have imperilled
you will have imperilled
he/she/it will have imperilled
we will have imperilled
you will have imperilled
they will have imperilled
Future Continuous
I will be imperilling
you will be imperilling
he/she/it will be imperilling
we will be imperilling
you will be imperilling
they will be imperilling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been imperilling
you have been imperilling
he/she/it has been imperilling
we have been imperilling
you have been imperilling
they have been imperilling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been imperilling
you will have been imperilling
he/she/it will have been imperilling
we will have been imperilling
you will have been imperilling
they will have been imperilling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been imperilling
you had been imperilling
he/she/it had been imperilling
we had been imperilling
you had been imperilling
they had been imperilling
Conditional
I would imperil
you would imperil
he/she/it would imperil
we would imperil
you would imperil
they would imperil
Past Conditional
I would have imperilled
you would have imperilled
he/she/it would have imperilled
we would have imperilled
you would have imperilled
they would have imperilled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.imperil - pose a threat toimperil - pose a threat to; present a danger to; "The pollution is endangering the crops"
exist, be - have an existence, be extant; "Is there a God?"

imperil

verb endanger, risk, hazard, jeopardize You imperilled the lives of other road users with your driving.
protect, guard, safeguard, secure, care for

imperil

verb
To subject to danger or destruction:
Translations

imperil

[ɪmˈperɪl] VT (frm) → arriesgar, poner en peligro

imperil

[ɪmˈpɛrəl] vtmettre en péril

imperil

imperil

[ɪmˈpɛrɪl] vt (frm) → mettere in pericolo

imperil

v. poner en peligro, arriesgar, hacer daño.
References in classic literature ?
The memory of the old days when you freely bade me sup and dine would spur me on, even if three of the bravest lads in all the shire were not imperiled.
The owners and managers of land can and do play a vital role in conserving our nation's imperiled wildlife.
With an ever-expanding world population facing an increasingly imperiled environment, what does the future hold for food production and consumption?
Detailed are the stories of harvesting, transporting and processing pine logs, the fires that imperiled Michigan settlers, and how an abandoned, cutover, burned out wilderness has been converted once again into highly productive and protected public lands that today are one of Michigan's greatest assets for continued economic development and a rising quality of life for its citizens.
Tennant seems to have a genetic disposition to playful twinkles in his eye, even while his character is imperiled, which, given the number of women he seduces, occurs fairly often.
The imminent obsolescence of their small-gauge formats adds melancholic force to their respective portraits of futile acts, foreshortened lives, and imperiled sites.
So the 527s are now in the crosshairs of the reformers, and speech is newly imperiled and must be newly defended.
Fish and Wildlife Service biologists will provide technical assistance as the company conducts extensive ecological surveys and conservation projects to help recover imperiled aquatic species and restore their habitat.
While the Republican Party has made substantial gains, however, its prospects for continued dominance "are imperiled by rising discontent with national conditions and unease with the situation in Iraq.
The hunting prowess that made it so valuable to farmers and sailors has landed it on the most-wanted list of some wildlife advocates who blame the world's most widespread predator for accelerating the demise of imperiled species from tiny beach mice to the majestic Florida panther.
2003 Wildlife Stewardship Award in the category of Industry Cooperator to NatureServe, a non profit conservation group recognized for working to assist the Sustainable Forestry Board (SFB) and Sustainable Forestry Initiative[R] (SFI) program to understand NatureServe's scientific method for evaluating imperiled species and habitats.
Professionals representing state and federal natural resource management agencies, academic institutions, conservation organizations, and industries agreed to create a consensus-based action plan: the "Strategy for the Conservation and Recovery of Southeastern Imperiled Fishes.