The name of Troy has been heard, perchance, even in Acarnania?
Was it for this, perchance, that the Cyprian nobles came less heartily?
It was not an ethereal joy welcoming new souls to struggle, perchance to victory.
perchance we may thus get ourselves off by our own hauling and the others towing.
He has the day, perchance the week, before him, and may take his own time to accomplish Nature's burial in snow.
Bones were picked from ditches, if perchance there might be upon them a morsel of meat.
perchance this was before the appearance of another lover, the Sieur de Artigny.
For this reason he might seek a hiding-place in the forest, or perchance take to a tree.
When the hearing comes some of the parties to the affair may perchance divulge what lay at the bottom of the row.
"perchance one stands there who found it," said Eric, pointing with his spear at Swanhild.
mid-14c., parchaunce, from Old French par cheance, literally "by chance." With Latin per substituted c.1400 for French cognate par.