In harm’s way.

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  1. Tim Wooten:

    I don’t like the overuse of “in harm’s way”. I like the word “danger” because it is much more easily modified. For instance one can use “grave danger”, “slight danger”, “immediate danger” – depending on the nature of the danger. “Danger” is more direct. “In harm’s way” seems vague and weak.

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