Antonyms for befell

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


I cannot stop to tell you hardly any of the adventures that befell Theseus on the road to Athens.

And one night it befell that he was rewarded, for the raiders attempted an entrance.

And now we will see what befell Robin Hood in his venture as beggar.

And now let us see what befell Little John while these things were happening.

I am in no way accountable for his actions or for anything that ever befell him.

As we drove up to Lime Street station there befell—a porter.

And so it befell; for many tried to escape, and all of them were seized.

It's the rarest piece of luck ever befell, to have chanced upon you.

When their reverses of fortune first befell them, Miss Barrington wished to emigrate.

I will here relate an amusing adventure which befell me on my way.