Idiom: risk one’s neck
— Why would you risk your neck trying to impress that girl?
— Please get down from that chair and get a ladder—you’re risking your neck trying to hang the lights that way.
— When you drive drunk you’re not only risking your own neck but you also could hurt someone else.
— Our daughter is a gymnast and risks her neck doing difficult balance beam routines.
— Now that you're a father you need to think carefully about risking your neck with your motorcycle tricks.
— The pilot risked our necks with the flight path he chose.
— You're really risking your neck living without health insurance.
— Sorry but I'd never risk my neck going down a double black diamond ski slope.
— I risked my neck driving through the ice storm to get here and you don't even appreciate it.
— Healthcare workers are risking their necks every day to care for people stricken with the Coronavirus and yet there are so many people won't even wear a mask.
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