Examples of perchance in a Sentence
“To sleep: perchance to dream…” Shakespeare, Hamlet
perchance he is playing the devil's advocate, and the opinions he has expressed are not actually his own
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Its members liked to call themselves kleagles, goblins and other names of darkling potency, to meet in solemn 'konklaves,' burn a fiery cross upon a distant hill and, perchance, frighten a Negro child outnumbered 100 to 1.
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PERCHANCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of perchance for English Language Learners
: maybe but not definitely
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