haply

[hap-lee]
adverb Archaic.
perhaps; by chance.

Origin:
1325–75; Middle English hapliche. See hap1, -ly

hapless, haply, happily.
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haply (ˈhæplɪ)
 
adv
(sentence modifier) an archaic word for perhaps

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Example sentences
Haply to-day a mournful wail, haply a trumpet-note for heroes.
Deaf to argument, haply they might be stunned into sobriety.
Haply this keg shall, prove a life-pre-server in case of capsize.
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