English adjective: unsafe
|1.||unsafe lacking in security or safety|
|Samples||His fortune was increasingly insecure.|
An insecure future.
|Similar||precarious, shaky, unguaranteed, unsecured|
|See also||dangerous, unprotected, unsafe, vulnerable|
|2.||unsafe involving or causing danger or risk; liable to hurt or harm|
|Samples||A dangerous criminal.|
A dangerous bridge.
Unemployment reached dangerous proportions.
|Similar||breakneck, chanceful, chancy, desperate, dicey, dodgy, hazardous, insidious, mordacious, on the hook, parlous, perilous, precarious, risky, self-destructive, suicidal, touch-and-go, treacherous, unreliable, wild|
|See also||insecure, unsafe, vulnerable|
|3.||unsafe not safe from attack|