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What made life in the Chesapeake so precarious?

Life in the 1600s was hard in Chesapeake. Colonists faced brutal summer heat and humidity, spells of hunger, heavy labor, outbreaks of conflict, and illness. Along with the us (MORE)
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What is precarious mean as a noun?

The word precarious is an adjective, a word that describes a noun as dangerously lacking in security or steadiness; depending on unknown conditions or chance events. The noun (MORE)

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Depleting Ground Water Level in Metros Alarming

Rapid, unscientific urbanization in metros all over the world has depleted ground water level alarmingly, enhancing chances of natural calamities like drought, earthquake etc. (MORE)

The Beauty of Greece: Images of Meteora Monasteries

Precariously perched atop spires of stone, the Meteora monasteries of Greece are some of the most awe-inspiring places on Earth. Nearly a thousand years old, the monasteries h (MORE)

Starting an Organic Business

Green businesses are springing up all over the country, and a good model has a good chance of being successful. If your career and education goals point toward some sort of or (MORE)

A Guide to Half Moon Bay

Half Moon Bay is just a 30 mile drive from San Francisco but it feels like a world away. This charming coastal city, which sits on the sparkling blue Half Moon Bay, thrives on (MORE)
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How do you use precariously in sentence?

pre⋅car⋅i⋅ous [pri-kair-ee-uhs] -adjective1. | dependent on circumstances beyond one's control; uncertain; unstable; insecure e.g a precarious livelihood.2. | dependent (MORE)