unendangered


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unendangered

(ˌʌnɪnˈdeɪndʒəd)
adj
not endangered
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e only fishing for unendangered species, ensuring the rewards are shared.
allows her, like an unsubstantial shadow, to glide unendangered by him, and his courtesy ceases with this permission" (47).
The right and duty of those nations to protect their civilians from such threats cannot hinge on the willingness of comparatively unendangered states to support them.
Duckworth says that Emma presides "[a]t the center of a world apparently unendangered by any possibility of discontinuity" (148), we must emphasize the word "apparently" and note that Austen makes very clear that she is representing a society on the move.
It moved watchers to tears," my unendangered mole tells me.