What do you call someone who is dangerous?

What do you call someone who is dangerous?

alarming, breakneck, chancy (informal) exposed, hairy (slang) hazardous, insecure, menacing, nasty, parlous (archaic) perilous, precarious, risky, threatening, treacherous, ugly, unchancy (Scot.) unsafe, vulnerable. Antonyms.

What does Mephitis mean in Latin?

Mephitic comes from the Latin word mephitis, which means noxious vapor or exhalation.

What is a Aboriginal Nulla Nulla?

A waddy, nulla nulla (also written nullah nullah) or hunting stick is an Aboriginal Australian club for use in hunting and fighting. The first of these names comes from the Darug people of Port Jackson, Sydney.

Why do aboriginal say deadly?

‘Deadly’ is an Aboriginal English word for ‘fantastic’, ‘great’ or ‘awesome’.

What is another word for deadly?


  • baleful,
  • deathly,
  • fatal,
  • fell,
  • killer,
  • lethal,
  • mortal,
  • murderous,

How do you say bye in Aboriginal?

But as with many Aboriginal languages there’s no simple way of saying goodbye in Wiradjuri. Traditionally, there was little use for such a term. The nearest word like that in Wiradjuri is guwayu – which means in a little while, later or after some time.

What is the meaning of Mephitic?

: of, relating to, or resembling mephitis : foul-smelling mephitic vapors.

What is the opposite of danger?

What is the opposite of danger?

safety security
guard inviolability
invulnerability protection
care shelter
welfare refuge

How do you say good morning in Aboriginal?

The next time you meet up with a friend for brunch, try saying “budyari mullinawul” as a greeting! It means “good morning” in the Aboriginal language Dharug.

How do you say very dangerous?

  1. hazardous,
  2. imperiling.
  3. (or imperilling),
  4. jeopardizing,
  5. parlous,
  6. perilous,
  7. risky,
  8. unsafe,

What does closure mean in writing?

All texts have an end, a point at which the author stopped writing, but closure can be defined as the artistic, rhetorical and ideological means by which a “sense of an ending” is invested in the text.

What is hello in Aboriginal?

Some of the most well known Aboriginal words for hello are: Kaya, which means hello in the Noongar language. Palya is a Pintupi language word used as a greeting much in the same way that two friends would say hello in English while Yaama is a Gamilaraay language word for hello used in Northern NSW.

How do you use closure in a sentence?

Examples of closure in a Sentence The government forced the closure of the factory. I need to talk to him and get some closure on this issue.

What is a sense of closure?

“sense of closure,” usually refers to a psychological need to have a problem, usually a painful problem resolved in some way.

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