[haz-er-duh s] /ˈhæz ər dəs/
full of risk; perilous; risky:
a hazardous journey.
dependent on chance.
involving great risk
depending on chance
1580s, “venturesome;” 1610s, “perilous,” from hazard (n.) + -ous or from Middle French hasardeux (16c.).
noun 1. any industrial by-product, especially from the manufacture of chemicals, that is destructive to the environment or dangerous to the health of people or animals: Hazardous wastes often contaminate ground water. hazardous waste (hāz’ər-dəs) A used or discarded material that can damage the environment and be harmful to health. Hazardous wastes include heavy metals […]
- Hazard warning device
noun 1. an appliance fitted to a motor vehicle that operates the hazard lights
village of fountains, a place on the north-east frontier of Palestine (Num. 34:9, 10). Some have identified it with Ayan ed-Dara in the heart of the central chain of Anti-Libanus. More probably, however, it has been identified with Kuryetein, about 60 miles east-north-east of Damascus. (Comp. Ezek. 47:17; 48:1.)
village of fortune, a city on the south border of Judah (Josh. 15:27), midway between the Mediterranean and the Dead Sea.