- Our only
**chance**is to be on the lookout for free spenders. - I now beheld a
**chance**of escape within my reach. - To my joy, the
**chance**turned in her favor. - May I have a
**chance**some time! - Here was a
**chance**to try my scheme again, and I did it. - But there was no
**chance**of that; there were myriads of them. - But the ship's
**chance**is very poor. - The audience is given a
**chance**to vote and the cards are collected. - The situation is perilous, but there is still one
**chance**of escape. - Although the situation is perilous, there is still one
**chance**of escape. - In this perilous situation, there is still one
**chance**of escape. - The young Fellows undoubtedly stand the best Chance for the great Fortunes.
- But only this I know, what'er
**chance**brings, I'll patiently endure. - Oh, how I wish I'd had a
**chance**to talk to Elinor. - Was it true that no one was ever given the
**chance**to be one's best? - But you've got a
**chance**to show you're ashamed for what you've done. - So I haven't had much
**chance**to hear from that part of the world. - Take heed, lest some one issue from your father's, And
**chance**to see you here.

- I will not even know it myself, but will leave it to
**chance**and the allotment of the housekeeper. - I came away just as she was sinking, that you might have a
**chance**of seeing her. - I've given you the
**chance**of your life and you've turned me down and insulted me. - The academy by
**chance**hung a portrait, so he left the army and turned portrait-painter. - It seemed to him now as if God had refused him a
**chance**of proving his repentance. - I saw one lowered, and quickly filled with men, eager to snatch this last
**chance**of life. - My overcoat had been wet through for three days, and the sun coming out gave me a
**chance**of drying it. - Now these eight emirs are so jealous of each other that fierce battles occur whenever two of them
**chance**to meet upon the road. - We could make the proper sort of play, and give them the
**chance**they're looking for. - The situation is perilous, but if we are prepared to act promptly, there is still one
**chance**of escape. - They knew that we were waiting for them, but at the worst they had a fighting
**chance**with us, and none with what came behind. - He had meant to wait for his skipper, only there came this smooth of the seas, and he thought he would take his
**chance**at once. - If, however, by any
**chance**there are two officers together in one post, they should enjoy themselves. - The little children cry out for joy if they
**chance**to find an occasional scarlet or mottled maize knob among so many yellow ones. - And then as soon each countenance was chang'd, That
**chance**had brought me so unseasonably. - Their jokes, however, if by
**chance**any of them reached the upper end of the table, seldom produced much effect. - At length
**chance**took me into that part of the country, and I could not refrain from making some inquiries. - Though I was burning to know things, we hadn't the least
**chance**to talk that evening. - I can let you have quite a little work myself, and I know there are others who will be glad of a
**chance**to get sewing done. - There would be only about one
**chance**in a hundred, I should think, of its proving useful in just the way that mine did. - He told me there was the shadow of a
**chance**that you might start in at Seaside Park and wanted me to come along with him. - No amount of fuss would bring the poor woman to life again, and the actual murderer had been done justice to by a
**chance**shot from Davidson.

Definition of Chance

Happening by chance, casual. | (archaic, intransitive) To happen by chance, to occur. | (archaic, transitive) To befall; to happen to.

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