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Kent was rapidly becoming convinced that some mischance had overtaken the girl when an exclamation came from Liggett.THE SARGASSO OF SPACEEDMOND HAMILTON
She had dropped the amethyst, by some incomprehensible mischance.EARTH'S ENIGMASCHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
"Then walk beside my horse and we'll get back to the Townland of Mischance to-night," said the Churl.THE KING OF IRELAND'S SONPADRAIC COLUM
Yield not thy neck / To fortune's yoke, but let thy dauntless mind / Still ride in triumph over all mischance.DICTIONARY OF QUOTATIONS FROM ANCIENT AND MODERN, ENGLISH AND FOREIGN SOURCESJAMES WOOD
Mr. Bryany, by a mischance catching Edward Henry's eye as he took the key, blushed.THE REGENTE. ARNOLD BENNETT
Still, they remembered the fate of the provision boats, and were worried lest mischance should befall the schooner.FOUR AMERICAN INDIANSEDSON L. WHITNEY
By some mischance the document fell into the possession of Dr. Hickman, whose name it falsely bore.THE KNIGHT OF GWYNNE, VOL. II (OF II)CHARLES JAMES LEVER
But dismiss uneasiness, for to remedy this mischance will be the simplest thing possible.THE BRASS BOTTLEF. ANSTEY
Cyparissus accidentally killed Apollo's pet stag, and he grieved so sorely over this mischance that he pined away and died.STORIES OF OLD GREECE AND ROMEEMILIE KIP BAKER
There had been no slip or mischance; the whole thing had worked out as plainly and simply as two and two make four.THE ESCAPE OF MR. TRIMMIRVIN S. COBB

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