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seek your fortune

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishseek your fortuneseek your fortuneliteraryTRY TO DO OR GET something to go to another place hoping to gain success and wealth Coles came to the Yukon in the 1970s to seek his fortune. seek
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seek your fortuneColes came to the Yukon in the 1970s to seek his fortune.A fatherless, penniless boy - possessed of great determination, faith, and courage - seeks his fortune.But trade was slack so he made his way to London to seek his fortune.When he reached the age of reason, I confidently sent him forth to seek his fortune.Full also on the outgoing journeys with emigrants about to seek their fortune in London.The lesser ones probably opted to seek their fortune in the clothing trade.A succession of scandals finally persuaded his father that William must seek his fortune overseas.
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