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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishperchanceper‧chance /pəˈtʃɑːns $ pərˈtʃæns/ adverb old use or literary  1 ALMAYBEperhaps One day perchance I shall tell you.2 ALCHANCE/BY CHANCEby chance Leave now, lest perchance he find you.
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perchanceOne day perchance I shall tell you of it.And so to sleep - perchance not to dream at all.Has she, perchance, sold out to the patriarchy?To sleep: perchance to dream: aye, there's the rub.Computerized Hollywood is giving the world new ways to dream, or perchance to live through waking nightmares.I looked at the double doors in horror and wondered if perchance Toplis might be hiding inside.
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