Antonyms for befallen

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She was kind-hearted; else never would calamity have befallen her.

The afternoon was not very advanced, for all that had befallen him.

Even while he was an infant in the cradle a strange accident had befallen hum.

Immediately after escaping from this peril, a still greater one had befallen him.

We cheered, thinking some dire calamity had befallen the enemy.

"God give that that has not befallen her," moaned Professor Maxon.

Notscha hurried to his master and related with tears what had befallen him.

She clung to the conviction that he could never have heard of what had befallen her.

Dazed I was, to be sure, scarce comprehending the calamity that had befallen us.

The adjacency of the edge of the culvert warned him of what had befallen.