Meaning: tr
On the evening of the day when the Lord Keeper and his daughter were saved from such imminent peril, two strangers were seated in the most private apartment of a small obscure inn, or rather alehouse, called the Tod's Den, about three or four miles from the Castle of Ravenswood.
Generations of Americans were taught to fear--miscegenation, "the yellow peril," Italians, communism.
The top spun perilously close to the edge of the table.
In this forest, at every step, we may face the most terrible perils that you can ever imagine. So let's go ahead.
They faced the peril of falling rocks.
A grove stood in the city, rich in shade, / where storm-tost Tyrians, past the perilous brine, / dug from the ground, by royal Juno's aid, / a war-steed's head, to far-off days a sign / that wealth and prowess should adorn the line.
The bath which Chloe had taken was apparently more fraught with peril than the sea from which he had escaped.
Unless a nation's existence is in peril, war is murder.
Many wild animals are in peril of losing their lives.
Uprose the image of my father dear, / as there I see the monarch, bathed in blood, / like him in prowess and in age his peer. / Uprose Creusa, desolate and drear, / Iulus' peril, and a plundered home.
Added on 2014-08-17 | by m1gin | View: 201

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