from The Century Dictionary.
- Full of danger; dangerous; perilous.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective obsolete Full of danger; dangerous.
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- adjective obsolete Fraught with
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New York, where, after a stormy, dangerful, and in part provisionless passage, he arrived on Sunday morning, the 30th day of September.
Through the mists of the cold and storming night, the cable cars went in silent procession, great affairs shining with red and brass, moving with formidable power, calm and irresistible, dangerful and gloomy, breaking silence only by the loud fierce cry of the gong.
Wolsey, that Cormac Oge MacCarthy and MacCarthy Reagh were "two wise men, and more conformable to order than some English were;" but he was still careful to keep up the old policy of fomenting discord among the native princes, for he wrote to the King that "it would be dangerful to have them both agreed and joined together, as the longer they continue in war, the better it should be for your Grace's poor subjects here."