befall

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Then he went down—stairs, prepared for whatever should befall him that day.

No; I felt this was not the case; but I felt that something worse than this was about to befall me.

Without a hand to guide and guard her, what evils might not befall?

Roma, if I allowed these misfortunes to befall you it was only to let you feel what others could do for you.

Can it be that you are indeed curious to know what will befall when he returns?

On the threshold he would have stayed me, purged by his fear of what might befall him did I not return.

But, caring at last, I was sick with fear of what might befall the one I cared for!

She paused again, and then abruptly asked him, "What will befall you?"

A hundred times she told herself that no ill could befall Marius.

"You know what is about to befall you," he said, in tones of chilling indifference.

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