Chance synonyms

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Having no specific pattern, purpose, or objective:
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The state of being suspenseful; suspense.
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Desirable or beneficial fortune.
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(Obsolete or dialect) maybe, perhaps.
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Something that happens to someone by chance, a chance occurrence.
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A lot is defined as an object used to make a random choice.
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Something that is likely to happen
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The powers of uncertainty
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To risk (something) for potential gain.
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Resulting in good fortune; lucky.
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The quality of being indemonstrable; impossibility of demonstration.
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The doctrine that the will is free or to some degree free in that one's actions and choices are not altogether the necessary result of a sequence of causes
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The power or agency supposed to determine the outcome of events before they occur; destiny
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The turns of luck in the course of one's life.
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Fate; a predetermined or unavoidable destiny.
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The indefinite time yet to come:
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(Idiomatic) The practice of flipping a coin in the air, to choose between two alternatives based on which side lands face up.
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(Music) Using or consisting of sounds to be chosen by the performer or left to chance; indeterminate:
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The powers of uncertainty
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To award something by means of a raffle or random drawing, often used with off.
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A chance occurrence or event.
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That which happens; an occurrence or happening, especially an unexpected, random, chance, or fortuitous event; chance; fortune; luck.
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An unusual, stirring experience, often of a romantic nature
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A sequence of events that although accidental seems to have been planned or arranged.
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(Mathematics) A type of circumstance or event that is described by a probability distribution.
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Something that happens; occurrence; incident; event
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A feeling of danger, impending danger, darkness or despair.
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Actual instance where a situation arises.
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A chance or accidental happening
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(Baseball) base hit
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In a mythological personification, luck and fortune symbolized as a blindfolded young lady, similar to Lady Justice.
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The powers of uncertainty
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The powers of uncertainty
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The powers of uncertainty
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The powers of uncertainty
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(Idiomatic) The random production of favorable or unfavorable results; chance.
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Something that is open.
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Occasion is a special event or a specific time when something is possible or when something will happen.
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The definition of a prospect is an expected outcome or a likely customer.
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The right, duty, or opportunity to do something, esp. as coming to each of a number of people in regular order
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A commercial or financial transaction involving speculation.
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An option or choice, usually used in context with future events.
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A certain number of points given beforehand to a weaker side in a contest to equalize the chances of all participants.
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Plural form of indication
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To happen; to occur.
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To come to pass; happen; occur
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To occur is to happen or to be found.
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To undertake the risk of; brave
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To gamble or risk; hazard:
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Risk is defined as to expose someone or something to a dangerous situation.
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To bet something; to put it up as collateral
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To prove by experiment; to apply a test to, for the purpose of determining the quality; to examine; to prove; to test.
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To make an effort to do, get, have, etc.; try; endeavor
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The definition of jeopardize is to put someone or something in a dangerous situation or in peril.
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To speculate is to hypothesize or come up with a theory about something but not a full tested or researched answer.
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(Idiomatic) To take an extreme risk
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To take a chance
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To take a chance
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To take a chance
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To take a chance
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(Idiomatic, often with at) To make a risky attempt.
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(Idiomatic) To try on something without having any knowledge about the subject.
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To take a chance
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To take a chance
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To take a chance
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To take a chance
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To take a chance
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To take a chance
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(Idiomatic) To rely on a single source (as of income), rather than diversifying.
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(Idiomatic) To be (to place oneself) in a risky, potentially dangerous or delicate situation.
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(Idiomatic) To take a risk, putting oneself in a vulnerable position.
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The degree of accuracy of a weapon or of a person aiming a weapon or propelled object:
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The reason for which something is done, or the reason it is done in a particular way.
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Purpose; intention; aim
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Happening by chance, or unexpectedly; taking place not according to the usual course of things; casual; fortuitous
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Having no aim or purpose
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Lack of intention; chance:
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A chance for progress or advancement, as in a career.
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The state of being timely
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A person, thing, or action with a (specified) likelihood of achieving success or bringing about a desired result
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Something uncertain:
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Probability is defined as the likelihood of something occurring or the chance of something happening.
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Accidental, additional, appearing casually.
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(Usually of a decision) Based on individual discretion or judgment; not based on any objective distinction, perhaps even made at random.
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Suited for everyday wear or informal use:
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Happening by chance; accidental; fortuitous
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Not deliberate or considered; unintentional:
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Likely to happen as a result or concomitant
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Occurring without warning; unforeseen.
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Not planned or thought out in advance:
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(Rare) Quality of being accidental; accidentalness.
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An accident, especially one involving serious injury or loss of life.
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A favorable or advantageous combination of circumstances
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(Law) A defendant's risk or danger of conviction when put on trial.
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A favorable or advantageous combination of circumstances
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Plural form of vicissitude
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(Slang) To look over carefully, esp. in preparation for an intended robbery
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Either of the two flattened fins of a whale's tail.
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To inspect throughly; to select.
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Stumble means to make a minor mistake, or to trip and almost fall.
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Created according to a design
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Tort law: Of an action or event, that it was predictable or should be anticipated.
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Not expressed in writing; implied:
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A scheme or program for making, doing, or arranging something; project, design, schedule, etc.
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Inevitability:
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Evidence; confirmation; warrant.
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Something that is impossible.
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Absence of likelihood; the state of being unlikely or improbable; improbability.
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A statement describing a relationship observed to be invariable between or among phenomena for all cases in which the specified conditions are met:
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(Law) Any written or other legal evidence of the conveyance of property; a conveyance; a deed. &hand; In England, the legal evidences of the conveyance of property are called the common assurances of the kingdom. Blackstone.
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To become aware of the intended meaning of (a person or remark, for example):
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The quality of being fortuitous
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A happenstance.
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An often sudden piece of luck, especially good luck:
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One who shoots in a particular way:
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Alternative spelling of flukey.
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Not usual or ordinary; singular; peculiar; strange
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The definition of desultory is something, someone or a conversation with no plan or purpose that wanders from one thing to the next.
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Random; haphazard:
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Made at random or according to an arbitrary sampling procedure
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Something or somebody considered likely.
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The definition of a surprise is something unexpected or unusual.
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(American football) Any of the defensive players who are in position furthest from the line of scrimmage and whose responsibility is to defend against passes as well as to be the tacklers of last resort.
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To decide that, to discover that, to form the opinion that.
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To knock to a new position; shift:
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Encounter is defined as to meet, especially unexpectedly.
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take a risk in the hope of a favorable outcome
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take a risk in the hope of a favorable outcome
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(Idiomatic) To risk; to try something risky.
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The quality of being chancy or risky; riskiness
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The quality or state of being incalculable.
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The condition of being unprovable
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The quality of being unverifiable.
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Not done on purpose
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The chance of suffering harm; danger, peril, risk of loss. [from 16th c.]
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(Uncountable) Misfortune.
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The fixed order of things; invincible necessity; fate; an irresistible power or agency conceived of as determining the future, whether in general or of an individual.
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The act of casting; a throw; also, a way of casting or distance thrown
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The definition of a contingency is something that depends on something else in order to happen.
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Serendipity is when someone accidently finds something good.
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(Idiomatic) To put oneself in a precarious situation with a high risk of getting harmed, particularly emotionally or financially.
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Existing or designed according to a plan
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A certain indefinite number; certain ones (of)
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