perchance

[ per-chans, -chahns ]SEE DEFINITION OF perchance
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Here, perchance, may be found a clue in symbol to the family strife.

"It would, perchance, be best that the novices be not admitted," suggested the master.

It would be well, perchance, that you should give him greeting from me.

Bewitched, perchance, by that bad woman, which is no excuse for him.

If perchance he were to meet the girl again as she was leaving Number 9,—what then?

My boots, too, may perchance be useful—my riding ones of untanned leather.

But perchance the tide was favourable, and you could not tarry.

It seems simple, perchance, and yet is only to be attained by some practice.'

Perchance I shall not have long to court the bullet or the sabre-stroke.

I know that we shall soon have to part again, and perchance for ever.

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