1. To put into peril; to place in danger or cause a hazard.
    "Boating and fishing groups contend that the 130 energy towers would be a navigation hazard and offshore construction would imperil the fisheries." — "Wind Out of Their Sails", Jeffrey Winters, p. 31, Mechanical Engineering, June 2006
  2. To risk.

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