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likely to harm or kill someone, or to damage or destroy something
causing a lot of damage or harm
causing physical harm to something so that it is broken, spoiled, or injured
involving the possibility of danger, harm, or failure
dangerous, especially to people’s health or safety
causing severe damage or loss
mainly literary very dangerous
formal causing harm or damage
the action of deliberately dropping your microphone at the end of a speech or performance to show you think it was so good that nothing better could follow it
a pink powder or cream that women put on their cheeks
moving with rhythm, together as one
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