vicissitude

[ vi-sis-i-tood, -tyood ]SEE DEFINITION OF vicissitude

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VICISSITUDE

But, on the whole, death and vicissitude had done very little.

Every grief hath that opportunity of cure; every joy that peril of vicissitude.

The Sun shone on it: the vicissitude of seasons and human fortunes.

What dark treasure-houses of vicissitude and woe are our memories become!

London had hitherto been true to him through every vicissitude.

When a child, I was abandoned to every vicissitude—and I am lost.

But beside this Annual Vicissitude of the quinoxes, not to say, of the 4.

So great a vicissitude in his life could not at once be received as real.

There was a formula of prayer adapted to every vicissitude of life.

His behaviour at supper was a vicissitude of startings and reveries.

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