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What distinction in meaning, if any, is there between "at risk of" and "at risk for"? I've checked all my standard reference sources and found no help in them.

Thanks.

Maureen
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Could you give us an example of "risk for"? It doesn't sound quite right to me.

I've heard "risk of", "risk in", but not "risk for".
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How about " you are at risk for giving in to the enemy " ?