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Stalk vs Endanger - What's the difference?

stalk | endanger |


In lang=en terms the difference between stalk and endanger

is that stalk is to walk haughtily while endanger is to put (someone or something) in danger; to risk causing harm to.

As verbs the difference between stalk and endanger

is that stalk is (lb) to approach slowly and quietly in order not to be discovered when getting closer or stalk can be to walk haughtily while endanger is to put (someone or something) in danger; to risk causing harm to.

As a noun stalk

is the stem or main axis of a plant, which supports the seed-carrying parts or stalk can be a particular episode of trying to follow or contact someone.

Damage vs Endanger - What's the difference?

damage | endanger |


As verbs the difference between damage and endanger

is that damage is to impair the soundness, goodness, or value of; to harm or cause destruction while endanger is to put (someone or something) in danger; to risk causing harm to.

As a noun damage

is injury or harm; the condition or measure of something not being intact.

Warn vs Endanger - What's the difference?

warn | endanger |


In lang=en terms the difference between warn and endanger

is that warn is to give warning while endanger is to put (someone or something) in danger; to risk causing harm to.

As verbs the difference between warn and endanger

is that warn is to make (someone) aware of impending danger etc or warn can be (label) to refuse, deny (someone something) while endanger is to put (someone or something) in danger; to risk causing harm to.

Endanger vs Risky - What's the difference?

endanger | risky |


As a verb endanger

is to put (someone or something) in danger; to risk causing harm to.

As an adjective risky is

dangerous, involving risks.

Endanger vs Jeopard - What's the difference?

endanger | jeopard | Related terms |

Endanger is a related term of jeopard.


As verbs the difference between endanger and jeopard

is that endanger is to put (someone or something) in danger; to risk causing harm to while jeopard is to put in jeopardy; to expose to loss or injury; to imperil; to hazard.

Endanger vs Threat - What's the difference?

endanger | threat |


As verbs the difference between endanger and threat

is that endanger is to put (someone or something) in danger; to risk causing harm to while threat is (label) to press; urge; compel.

As a noun threat is

an expression of intent to injure or punish another.

Abandon vs Endanger - What's the difference?

abandon | endanger |


In lang=en terms the difference between abandon and endanger

is that abandon is to surrender to the insurer the insured item, so as to claim a total loss while endanger is to put (someone or something) in danger; to risk causing harm to.

As verbs the difference between abandon and endanger

is that abandon is (obsolete) to subdue; to take control of while endanger is to put (someone or something) in danger; to risk causing harm to.

As a noun abandon

is a yielding to natural impulses or inhibitions; freedom from artificial constraint, with loss of appreciation of consequences
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As an adverb abandon

is (obsolete|not comparable) freely; entirely.

Endanger vs Dangerous - What's the difference?

endanger | dangerous |


As a verb endanger

is to put (someone or something) in danger; to risk causing harm to.

As an adjective dangerous is

full of danger.

Endanger vs Rislk - What's the difference?

endanger | rislk |

Endanger vs Infuriate - What's the difference?

endanger | infuriate |


As verbs the difference between endanger and infuriate

is that endanger is to put (someone or something) in danger; to risk causing harm to while infuriate is to make furious or mad with anger; to enrage.

As an adjective infuriate is

enraged, furious.

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