inherently dangerous

Definitions of "inherently dangerous"
  1. A term used to describe an activity or occupation that, by its very nature, carries a high risk of serious injury, even when special skills and care are applied
  2. Refers to an object or product that, due to its inherent characteristics, carries a potential danger, independent of any manufacturing defects
How to use "inherently dangerous" in a sentence
  1. Base jumping is often considered an inherently dangerous sport due to the high risk of serious injury.
  2. Gasoline is inherently dangerous because, by nature, it is a highly flammable substance, not due to any defect in the product.
  3. Despite safety gear, construction work can still be inherently dangerous due to the inherent risks involved.

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