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Definition of precarious:

  1. dangerously insecure; "a precarious footing on the ladder"

List of misspellings for precarious:

  • precarikus,
  • precotious,
  • preca4ious,
  • precarioue,
  • ptecarious,
  • pdecarious,
  • precvious,
  • pr3carious,
  • precribe,
  • precariouw,
  • precusious,
  • preacous,
  • precoious,
  • prexarious,
  • orecarious,
  • precariohs,
  • proseriuos,
  • precqrious,
  • precario7s,
  • prurirus,
  • properious,
  • precariius,
  • prevarious,
  • precariouz,
  • precarioud,
  • prefarious,
  • precari9us,
  • precauions,
  • precsrious,
  • rigerious,
  • precoshus,
  • pregidus,
  • precribesd,
  • precautious,
  • precaripus,
  • -recarious,
  • prdcarious,
  • precatious,
  • precarkous,
  • pfecarious,
  • gragarious,
  • gregrious,
  • precuious,
  • precarioux,
  • preccious,
  • preczrious,
  • precosious,
  • precwrious,
  • precousious,
  • precafious,
  • precario,
  • lrecarious,
  • precribes,
  • regerious,
  • precaeious,
  • peecarious,
  • precar9ous,
  • precaroous,
  • predarious,
  • precaruous,
  • precarioys,
  • precoius,
  • precuous,
  • precariojs,
  • precadious,
  • pecarious,
  • prwcarious,
  • precari0us,
  • 0recarious,
  • p4ecarious,
  • preacriously,
  • prrcarious,
  • preca5ious,
  • precoiuse,
  • prearuse,
  • precario8s,
  • prerious,
  • precaurious,
  • pregiarise,
  • precous,
  • precsious,
  • procarious,
  • pracrice,
  • precarilus,
  • precariois,
  • precurious,
  • precar8ous,
  • precriber,
  • predgidous,
  • prscarious,
  • precarioua,
  • precurors,
  • prereques,
  • percarious,
  • prophorous,
  • ludricrious,
  • precarjous,
  • p5ecarious,
  • pr4carious,
  • precoscious.
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Quotes for precarious:

  1. Liberalism, on the other hand, regards life as an adventure in which we must take risks in new situations, in which there is no guarantee that the new will always be the good or the true, in which progress is a precarious achievement rather than inevitability.
  2. A politician never forgets the precarious nature of elective life. We have never established a practice of tenure in public office.
  3. And how can poetry stand up against its new conditions? Its position is perfectly precarious.
  4. I think in certain areas the demand is greater than it has ever been, and my business is better than it's been in 30 years. The music business is so precarious, as you know -you've got to make it while you can make it, and that's exactly what we're doing.
  5. What I do is put my characters into situations that are so precarious there is no way to get out. And then I figure how to get them out.
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