peradventures

[ pur-uh d-ven-cher, per- ]SEE DEFINITION OF peradventures
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERADVENTURES

It is full of “buts,” and “ifs,” and “maybes,” and “peradventures.”

De Quincey loved the shiftless, nomadic life, and gloried in uncertainties and peradventures.

A matter of such vital importance ought not to have been trusted to the peradventures and influences of society.

But Johnson has heroically set all peradventures at defiance, and takes the whole charge upon himself.

Without this light, that land is a land of darkness, lighted only by glimmering sparks of conjectures and peradventures.