Definition of Bechances

1. Verb. (third-person singular of bechance) ¹



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Definition of Bechances

1. bechance [v] - See also: bechance

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bechances

because
because of
because you touch yourself at night
beccafico
beccaficos
beccal
bechalk
bechalked
bechalking
bechalks
bechamel
bechamel sauce
bechamels
bechance
bechanced
bechances (current term)
bechancing
becharm
becharmed
becharming
becharms
beche de mer
bechererite
bechic
bechics
bechignoned
beck
beck and call
becke
becked

Literary usage of Bechances

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1. The Christian Faith Personally Given in a System of Doctrine by Olin Alfred Curtis (1905)
"The final Christian idea is that God must be ethically satisfied, not because he bechances to have a moral standard, but because he has a moral standard ..."

2. The British Critic, and Quarterly Theological Review by John Henry Newman, James Shergold Boone (1796)
"Some friendly port (bechances to attain, Her wrongs repaired, and all her timbers (canned, Boldly (he ventures on her ..."

3. House-plants as Sanitary Agents; Or, The Relation of Growing Vegetation to by James Meschter Anders (1886)
"... it most frequently bechances those who have arrived at advanced life, being frequently found to be associated with disease of the heart. ..."

4. A New Light of Mysticism: Azoth; Or, The Star in the East by Arthur Edward Waite (1893)
"... whether for the life of individual emotions, however precious, or for the safety of society at large, it bechances occasionally that a certain forlorn ..."

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