Involving possible risk, loss, or injury
They obviously sensed that it would be perilous to tease Brandon.
It was in these embarrassed and perilous circumstances that Cromwell summoned a new parliament in the summer of 1656.
- Abu Bekr proved himself quite equal to the perilous situation.
Efforts were made to escape the necessity of accepting the perilous aid.
Such strong measures of suppression were, however, at once adopted against these perilous volumes, that of the quarto only a single fragment remains (Matt.