Thesaurus / mishaps


Howbeit, save what concerned his own mishaps, he had little to say that we knew not already.

I could go several thousand yards without stopping and with no mishaps.

Many were the mishaps and disasters that his music warded off.

One of his men disabled himself by a cut from an axe; another fell ill; the third, after these two mishaps, came and begged off.

Paul the Minstrel and Other StoriesArthur Christopher Benson

The conversation naturally turned on the mishaps occasioned by the storm, of which every one seemed to have had his full share.

These mishaps were forever occurring, for it was impossible to distinguish the trail beneath its soft covering.

"Edelwald can turn all these mishaps into a song, my lady," declared Jean le Prince.

The Lady of Fort St. JohnMary Hartwell Catherwood

He was not a man of great courage, and his mishaps appeared to have broken his spirit.

Desk and DebitOliver Optic

He did not reach the State camp till six in the evening, owing to mishaps.

The two left behind had no mishaps, but found their stay there all alone for two weeks very dreary and lonesome.

A Gold Hunter's ExperienceChalkley J. Hambleton


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