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chance

chance Sentence Examples

  • I mean, one you have a chance of winning.

  • You had your chance to solve it on your own.

  • If only she could have one more chance.

  • When the spasms passed, she turned to the man she had nearly killed... the man who had helped give her that second chance.

  • It sounded like a good chance to get away from this house and the memories for a while.

  • The destination of the path remained a burning mystery, but Tammy innocently tossed fuel on the flames with a chance comment one day while they were watching television.

  • Giddon had barely left the yard on Diablo and Lisa instantly recognized it as a chance to investigate the building.

  • He didn't really get the chance.

  • Well, we finally have the chance to be alone.

  • She had to get into that building and find out if there was any chance of a relationship with Yancey.

  • Worst of all, she had probably ruined any chance she had with him.

  • I didn't think I had a chance of getting someone like you to sit for me.

  • It's only two blocks, and it gives me a chance to wake up.

  • There was no chance of becoming romantically involved with him.

  • Julia and Rachel never missed a chance to tease her about her nonexistent relationship with Brandon.

  • Why should she give Brandon the chance to reject her again?

  • All I want is a chance to speak my piece.

  • It wasn't merely chance that Bordeaux had found her.

  • She didn't want to jump into marriage with a man she hardly knew, but she didn't want to chance loosing him, either.

  • With no shade, there was little chance for rest.

  • So you want to get out of here before I get the chance?

  • I thought maybe you were giving me the chance to say no - giving me a chance to save my pride.

  • Cassie, your father should be the one to tell you this, but since you're not likely to give him the chance, I'll tell you.

  • That quiet walk home was her chance to relax - that and a good book.

  • Does that mean you're giving me another chance?

  • The evening was young and she had ruined his chance to spend it with Mary.

  • There's no chance some of the memory is still there?

  • Think of the possibilities if by the remote chance Howie is envisioning the past!

  • If Howie drops into ten or twenty minutes of anyone's life, chance are all he sees is them picking their nose, reading a book or working.

  • Given the chance, Martha would have yelled as well, obviously agreeing that suggestion wasn't feasible.

  • Perhaps a female voice would offer less chance of a connection to our other calls.

  • I was annoyed at the bickering that followed as it was counterproductive to any chance of long time success.

  • She would determine which case had the best chance of success.

  • He hung up before I had a chance to end the call.

  • With each tip we give there's further chance someone will start stringing them together.

  • I considered taking the chance of phoning from the comfort of my apartment but realized the foolishness of taking such a chance.

  • Any chance you could get his ear?

  • I thought he would jump at a chance to devote more time to experimentation even if it wasn't as broad as he wished.

  • The world's our atlas if we have the guts to flip a coin and take a chance.

  • It gave Betsy and me the chance to be man and wife.

  • They understood giving any credibility to a hint of the existence of a psychic tipster adversely affected their ultimate chance for a conviction.

  • "I'll get the car started," Howie said as he beat a hasty retreat outside, thereby ducking any chance of interrogation and leaving behind four bewildered minds, seething with curiosity.

  • He recognizes you can't physically stop him; otherwise you would have when you've had the chance.

  • How about it if I give you a chance to put your public straight?

  • We just had to do the most good possible while we had the chance.

  • Now we have a real chance at nailing him with the information I gave After.

  • There goes our chance to play mother.

  • I hadn't a chance to fill Betsy in on my conversation Frank Vasapolli and was anxious to do so.

  • I never got the chance to pick up his.

  • It killed me not to use the chance to rub their noses in the fact I beat them to the punch on this!

  • Knowing the players in this game of chance is certainly taxing.

  • "Any chance you might start up again later, if we're assured all the threats are eliminated?" he asked.

  • There's a good chance they'll spot him.

  • Any chance then Howie will come home?

  • Any chance you have a contact number?

  • They'd like to search the LeBlanc's place on the off chance our boy broke in there too and maybe got careless.

  • I unwearyingly followed the three to that horrid mall and waited for my chance.

  • Surely the gods of chance have favored my brilliance!

  • My stomach knotted with the knowledge this might be our last chance.

  • There's a chance it might be the vehicle we're looking for.

  • If Darian lost his focus and disappeared again, he suspected it'd be another week before he had a chance to sleep.

  • "So, you never gave yourself a chance to be happy?" she surmised.

  • "Fat chance," he retorted.

  • What's been set into motion can't be stopped, but you at least have a chance if you have her.

  • Dusty and Talon rose, Talon taking the chance to launch himself at Dusty.

  • You may not have another chance to ask me what you want to know.

  • "He'll kill me when he has the chance," Jule said.

  • We have one chance to save humanity.

  • At least then we'll stand half a chance if the vamp goes ape-shit crazy.

  • She couldn't help thinking her life had been wasted and hoped she still had a chance to make it up to the one person who mattered.

  • There's no chance of that now, is there?

  • We'll have one chance to rip his hideout open and… Sofia watched them walk away, alone and cold.

  • He'd said she had a chance not only to leave, but also to help save Gabriel's life, if she did exactly as Darkyn said.

  • You turn down a chance to kill the Dark One?

  • Gabriel had been, and she was furious at herself for not taking him more seriously and for choosing to accept Darkyn's deal instead of taking a chance with Gabriel.

  • Did it make her a bad person for wanting the best chance at life?

  • That slim chance you leave here becomes no chance.

  • He was in love with a ghost and unwilling to take a chance on you.

  • I won't let you think there's a chance this isn't real or permanent.

  • You will never have a chance with Gabriel, even when you win your deal.

  • I can follow the threads, but no one else can, and there's always the chance that something unexpected gets caught up in them.

  • Those skills give me a small chance of leaving, he reminded her.

  • You weren't about to take a chance that you lose her, Gabriel said, sounding baffled.

  • She deserves a chance.

  • "To have a second chance with you," Deidre answered softly.

  • "When you thought I was dying, you weren't willing to take a chance," Deidre added sadly.

  • You both have a chance to make it right.

  • You have that chance now.

  • But I'm the only one who has a chance to try.

  • You have a chance to save yourself.

  • If it does, wouldn't you rather take a chance to owe me than be in debt to Darkyn?

  • "You were right yesterday about saying I wouldn't take a chance," he started.

  • I didn't take a chance on you for the reason you think.

  • You were so close to the end, we couldn't take a chance.

  • You just have to give it a chance.

  • Several days ago, she would have jumped at the chance.

  • I'm just asking for the chance, from both of you, to make things right.

  • "Like I couldn't …" she placed a hand over his heart "…even the first day, when I thought I had a chance to leave.

  • Deep down, I convinced myself we might have a chance for custody of Martha.

  • "There goes any chance of college," Dean said.

  • If someone tampered with the real bones, we don't want to give them a chance to clean up whatever they might have left behind.

  • She said she'd try and call when she got the chance.

  • The bones—there's a chance they belonged to a man who may have gotten a high school girl pregnant.

  • That's where the stream is directed, although there's a fair chance of getting soaked anywhere.

  • And you never had a chance to talk to Billy.

  • I think there's a good chance it was either her or Fitzgerald.

  • You never did get your chance to talk to him about it.

  • I gave you a chance, didn't I?

  • The chance of anyone believing the story was practically nil.

  • She answered her own question before he had a chance.

  • I'm going to take a chance and go.

  • There's less chance of some sort of set up if we're both there.

  • There's a chance the offer for the mine was completely innocent—simply someone who was legitimately interested in The Lucky Pup and then changed his mind.

  • I'm taking another chance telling you, you know.

  • He would have killed me if I'd given him half a chance.

  • Somewhat, but I had to take the chance that they would be accepted as props and leave it at that.

  • But then the little girl Martha came forward and changed everything before I had a chance.

  • Besides, there was a good chance Billy would never see what Fitzgerald retrieved.

  • I took that chance.

  • Ralph warned me, but when I insisted, he figured if we stuck together Blackie wouldn't get away with doing anything—wouldn't have a chance before we left the next day.

  • Why go back into the mine after all these years and take the chance of swapping the bones and getting caught?

  • The demon would leave nothing to chance, especially not the claiming of his mate.

  • You've got one chance.

  • "I knew Darkyn could give me a second chance with you," she said.

  • She'd broken the rules from the time-before-time for a chance with Gabriel.

  • She never thought she had a chance of losing this round.

  • There was a good chance that human-Deidre was dead by now anyway.

  • He didn't give her the reassurance she sought about whether or not they had a real future together, and she brokered a deal with the Dark One in a desperate attempt to ensure she had a chance with Gabriel.

  • Andre confirmed that her tumor was gone, which meant they had a chance at a healthy relationship.

  • "You're afraid of being hurt and not willing to take a chance," Rhyn assessed.

  • Maybe, just maybe, it was okay to take a chance.

  • I think it starts with us giving each other a chance.

  • Then, he'd stop throwing up barriers and give this Deidre a chance.

  • For taking a chance on me.

  • I cared about you and the humans enough to interfere and give you a second chance.

  • All I wanted was a chance with you.

  • "My only regret is that I didn't save the human you sacrificed when I had the chance," he responded in the same tone.

  • Our path won't be easy, but we didn't spend thousands of years trying to be together not to take the chance we have now.

  • For the first time in their history, they stood a real chance of turning a sordid love story into a pure one.

  • He wasn't about to lose her or the chance to build a life with the woman he'd loved for tens of thousands of years.

  • I blew my chance and now I may have destroyed yours.

  • Well, Mrs. Barnett, here's your chance to talk to your father-in-law – if you can fit a word in edgewise.

  • She'd made a decision in front of him, one that warned him this might be his last chance to reveal his secret.

  • For example, before you ran into her in the mortal world, there was a ninety seven percent chance you would've killed her the first time you met.

  • You don't want to give yourself a second chance to think it over.

  • "Is your name Gabriel by chance?" she ventured.

  • You now have a thirty five percent chance of succeeding.

  • She ran as fast as she could, knowing it was her only chance.

  • Fifty percent chance of that now.

  • There's an eighty two percent chance he'll kill you, if you're not behind those walls, the man replied.

  • On paper, they had a ninety percent chance of surviving the operation.

  • Do you have a headache by chance?

  • She'd been freaked out by the in-between place and wanted him to wait until they reached their destination before he had a chance to panic.

  • Gabriel didn't like past-Deidre and wasn't willing to give her a chance.

  • The tumor is still growing, which means there is still a chance at cognitive deterioration.

  • Gabe gave him no chance to run or fight but snatched his neck.

  • "Depends. Are we talking a five percent chance of success or a ninety nine?" she returned.

  • "I can't handle the chance that I might or might not have hope," she replied.

  • You tear me away from the only stability I have in my life, expect me to change my view on the entire world overnight, reject me and now, you're asking me to take a chance on something you can't guarantee.

  • I notice that there's only a one percent chance I get to make the decisions.

  • What would it take for you to trust me enough to take a chance?

  • If Tamer didn't find the tidbit of history from the time-before-time about forced soul extraction, the plan was never going to have more than a five percent chance of working, even with Wynn.

  • They had a journey to make together before they were in a functional relationship, but they'd never have that chance, if he didn't find a way to buy them all time.

  • Do you want me to take the one percent chance?

  • Even if … even if you don't want me, I want that chance.

  • And a chance with Gabriel.

  • "One percent chance my ass," she muttered.

  • There was no guarantee Gabriel wanted her, but she'd have a chance.

  • Deidre needed that chance with him.

  • She quickened her pace, not wanting to end up the dinner of some demon before she had a chance to try to plan an escape.

  • "This will not provide much comfort, but Darkyn was your only real chance of living," he added.

  • Do what the demon says and almost have a fifty percent chance of surviving.

  • Disobey him and I have like, a ten percent chance.

  • You might have a better chance if you tell him you're you.

  • He will know before you have a chance to kiss him, she said, her fury building.

  • I sacrificed everything for the chance you would bring us together!

  • He'd always hoped Rhyn would have another chance, that Hell was a place to stash the dangerous immortal until the world was ready for him.

  • But if I don't make him dead-dead, there's a good chance this is the fate of the human world.

  • "I'll give him a second chance," she continued.

  • Gabriel wondered if even a mate and a second chance could help him.

  • Rhyn was being given a second chance, and Gabriel hoped he killed Sasha before the sands in the hourglass were gone.

  • No offense, but I'm under the impression the others didn't have a chance to object.

  • Her only chance at safety was across a swath of broken glass.

  • She bathed in the unisex shower room, grateful for the lukewarm water and the chance to scrub herself down and assess the damage.

  • "It's not like I have a chance to call you when you disappear," she pointed out.

  • "Everyone deserves a second chance, even you, you jackass," she responded.

  • There really was no chance of it.

  • He felt dread knot in his stomach at the sign she wasn't going to give Rhyn yet another chance.

  • She relaxed and sank into the soft leather seats of the Town Car, telling herself she was being granted a chance to be normal.

  • As the two stared each other down, she wasn.t sure who had the better chance of winning: Gabriel, an Immortal sworn to serve Death, or Darkyn, the leader of all the demons in Hell.

  • She didn.t fit in; they made it clear every chance they could, just as their leader did.

  • But, if he could get some use out of him before it came time to kill him, he might have a better chance of protecting Katie.

  • A tremor of fear went through her, and Ully crept closer, as if she had half a chance of defending them.

  • Sasha also knew the Code Kris was bound by: those who came in good faith would be given the chance to prove it.

  • Have you had a chance to test the immunity blood Sasha brought?

  • Her draw was not as consuming as Katie.s, which meant she.d have a much better chance of surviving if not every demon and Immortal was drawn to her.

  • Grimly, she realized he may never have the chance, if Gabriel was ordered back for her.

  • Have you seen Ully by chance?

  • He had one chance to make a safe life for her and their … hatchling.

  • I think you have a better chance of being accepted by the Immortals if you.re not my mate.

  • By chance, have you seen—

  • Maybe there was a chance he could leave Hell and come back to Kris.

  • Jade saw his chance of returning to his ex-lover.s side disappear.

  • "Yes, though Kris said I have to wait for him to wake up and give him a chance to defend himself," Rhyn replied.

  • I took a chance, and it paid off.

  • Given her first chance to rest in over two days, she sighed, exhausted and irritated at having to dig her own clothing out of a box.

  • That there was a better chance of her selling art if she painted something no one else on earth could imagine?

  • I've come to offer you the chance to escape, so long as you take me to a … to a spaceship.

  • The chance for physical harm was too great.

  • At least he gave her the chance to go down fighting.

  • You want me … to walk away from everything I know, my family … I knew it was possible, but I didn't think I'd have a chance to go home at all … but still, I couldn't leave a whole planet to die!

  • He'd begun to think he'd lost any chance he had at keeping her.

  • Ne'Rin didn't plan on giving her any chance to live.

  • Or would the fact that she never gave him an answer to stay or go make him unwilling to give her a second chance?

  • Besides, if you don't take a chance in life, all the best opportunities will pass you by.

  • The highway department would periodically close the road and, using explosive devices, create slides in a controlled condition, lessening the chance for a surprising and perhaps deadly run loosed by nature on the unsuspecting below.

  • It's time you gave someone else a chance, Cynthia said with a winning smile that offered him little room to maneuver.

  • With all the activity over the holidays, Dean hadn't had a chance to hit the beautiful slopes of nearby Telluride.

  • There goes any chance of Mr. and Mrs. Dean doing any hugging and squirming tonight, Dean thought.

  • I haven't seen my boy in over a year and I hardly got a chance to say more than 'hi' before she scooted him downstairs.

  • I haven't had a chance with Bird Song packed like a sardine can.

  • God has given me a second undeserved chance at happiness!

  • I suppose if she has a chance to get lucky, she should jump on him, so to speak.

  • Look, at least give it a chance.

  • He too was troubled to distraction by Shipton's presence, enough to pass up such an obvious chance to pull Fred's leg.

  • "At least then you may get a chance to see your son more often," Dean offered.

  • Fred didn't have a chance to bellyache at the compromise before the phone interrupted.

  • Maybe it was left up there to implicate you, but there's a good chance it was just plain dropped by accident.

  • It'll give you a chance to telephone to Cynthia, too.

  • "Edith Shipton doesn't have a chance against you," he replied.

  • Maybe that'll give us a chance to talk to her.

  • Dean wondered how Effie would accept the final chapter of Annie's diary, once he had a chance to share it with her as Cynthia had promised.

  • We don't get much chance to turn the old clock back.

  • There's a good chance Donnie is finally about to get some psychiatric help— help a long time coming.

  • There's a real good chance he'll be living with us!

  • The doctor thinks there's a good chance he may even get over the speech problem in time.

  • It looked like young Donnie had a chance at life, in a home where love was in residence, instead of hatred and desperation.

  • Don't be stupid and take the chance!

  • Granted, Shipton was taking a slight chance, but a mighty slim one.

  • Now there was a chance she didn't kill herself.

  • Jackson said, I think we should stay away from populated areas, the forest is our best chance to stay hidden.

  • It's not as if he had a chance of getting by her.

  • I am so sorry about that, but you never would have given me a chance if you knew from the beginning.

  • They were both quiet for a moment, and then Sarah said, "Will you please give me a chance to prove that this isn't as bad as you think."

  • Panic set in, and he wanted to beg right there, but knew he needed to get a grip to have any chance with her.

  • Jackson could not help but feel she had decided to let her guard down and give him a chance.

  • Elisabeth opened the door before Jackson had a chance to ring the bell.

  • Maybe Sarah was right and he should give Elisabeth a chance to explain why she let this happen.

  • Jackson decided to take a chance she might be there.

  • I went by your house and took a chance I might find you here.

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