chance

[ chans, chahns ]SEE DEFINITION OF chance

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHANCE

Without reasons I was sure of, you know, so there could be no chance of any mistake.

And what avails skill in music, if there is no chance to display it?

But if she had any such thing I'm sure it was ended, and she'd have jumped at this chance a year ago.

He took a cab and was driven to the local branch of his favourite temple of chance.

Will you take care of some money for me until I get a chance to deposit it in the savings bank?

Is there any chance of making Mr. Davis return the money my father deposited with him?

In the broad pathways of the ocean such a chance is doubtful.

"There is not one chance in ten that he is living," he said.

He drove first to the Milbrey house, on the chance that she might be at home.

I know more than one New York girl who'd have jumped at the chance.

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