chancy[ chan-see, chahn- ]SEE DEFINITION OF chancy
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The struggle for life was difficult and chancy in the islands in those days.
Hopalong smiled, turned to Buck and related his conversation with Chancy.
Hugh de Moreville is a man whom it is not chancy to meddle with.
To get a light in this way was the most chancy thing in the world.
A dark road, pitted with shell holes and slimy with mud, is chancy.
You know what a hazardous, chancy, short-lived thing is the fashion of a woman.
Matron Kowalski on night duty had a habit of turning that light off and on at chancy intervals after midnight.
Next comes anywhere in the barrel forward of the short ribs--a chancy proceeding, and one leading to long chases.
It was a chancy plan at best, and would probably break down long before any visit could be made to the city.
It might be chancy, opening that door; so he peered through a narrow crack at first, listening intently.
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