The river once crossed, they had only before them, from k to z, slopes which were practicable to debouch on the plateau of chancy.
The struggle for life was difficult and chancy in the islands in those days.
It might be chancy, opening that door; so he peered through a narrow crack at first, listening intently.
To get a light in this way was the most chancy thing in the world.
A dark road, pitted with shell holes and slimy with mud, is chancy.
You know what a hazardous, chancy, short-lived thing is the fashion of a woman.
Now chancy his son has taken the field and is famous among the eleven of his school.
It was a chancy plan at best, and would probably break down long before any visit could be made to the city.
It was chancy work at best, with a possible stumble up against death at every step.
Make all profitable bargains in the name of "Standard Oil," chancy ones in the names of dummies.