unreasonably dangerous

Definition of "unreasonably dangerous"
  1. Refers to a state where a hazard in a product, which might be due to flawed design, defects or lack of proper warnings, surpasses what would be normally expected by an ordinary user, and is not justified by the product's usefulness
How to use "unreasonably dangerous" in a sentence
  1. The court found the machinery to be unreasonably dangerous due to its faulty design.
  2. The consistent defect in the product led the judge to conclude it was unreasonably dangerous.
  3. Despite its utility, the lack of safety warnings rendered the software unreasonably dangerous.

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