involving risk or danger; "skydiving is a hazardous sport"; "extremely risky going out in the tide and fog"; "a wild financial scheme"
(hazardously) perilously: in a dangerous manner; "he came dangerously close to falling off the ledge"
(hazardousness) the state of being dangerous
Hazardous is the fourth studio album by Vanessa Amorosi, released in Australia on 6 November 2009. It was recorded in Los Angeles and Sweden. On 16 November 2009 the album debuted at #7 on the ARIA Albums Chart.
(Hazards (magazine)) Hazards is the only independent, union-friendly magazine to win major international awards. ...
(The Hazards) The Hazards are a rugged mountain chain in the Freycinet National Park on Tasmania's east coast. They are positioned between Coles Bay, Tasmania and Wineglass Bay and are said to be named after local whaler, African-American Captain Richard Hazard.
Risky, dangerous, with the nature of a hazard; this sense?) Exposing to loss or evil; Of or involving chance
(Hazards) A condition, operation, or activity that has the net effect of increasing the possibility of incurring a loss.
(Hazards) while the marshy areas, ponds, lakes, and pits filled with sand may be beautiful and add to the enjoyment of a golf course, in the context of the game these areas are all hazards and the golfer attempts to avoid them. ...
(7. Hazards) The term literally refers to a difficulty that may have been encountered by a player while in the golf course. This refers to water on the course, sand traps or trees. ...
(HAZARDS) are weather or hydrologic hazardous events issued for the protection of life and property and the enhancement of the national economy. ...
(Hazards) Biological, chemical, or physical agents that may cause illness or injury if not reduced, controlled, or prevented.
(Hazards) Cyclone, Drought, Flood, Heat Wave, Land Slide
(Hazards) Natural and man-made obstructions that make a golf game more challenging and difficult. Examples: water, sand traps, or trees.
(Hazards) Obstacles strategically placed on a golf course to make play on each hole more difficult. Sand traps, water, and trees are all considered hazards.
(Hazards) Water or anything else you could lose your disc in, and constituted as out-of-bound play.