The quality or state of being in peril; absence of safety; insecurity. (noun)
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Use "unsafety" in a sentence
"I'm sorry, but if you're saying "it'll just be tough" to this, you haven't been the victim of internet stalking yet, and the immediate sense of unsafety that comes from that."
"For accountability, thenfunding acentralized complaint department for the American citizens to utilize which might be a better useage of those stimulus monies instead of what is going to become another Lawyers Employment Act in its violation of citizens privacy rights with that concocted national health care database for citizens medical information for the feeder industries and states nefarious purposesin the interest of "public unsafety.""
"Juries want not only to compensate injury, which was the original plan; but also to ``send a strong message'' with punitive damages, that unsafety would not be tolerated."