# Chance sentence example

chance

- You had your chance to solve it on your own.
- What a chance those girls have missed!
- All I want is a chance to speak my piece.
- He hung up before I had a chance to end the call.
- Well, we finally have the chance to be alone.Advertisement
- I mean, one you have a chance of winning.
- I considered taking the chance of phoning from the comfort of my apartment but realized the foolishness of taking such a chance.
- You may not have another chance to ask me what you want to know.
- Let's pick her while we have the chance, before the man with the star comes back.
- Today, we discover things like "Wellbutrin helps people stop smoking" through chance and dumb luck.Advertisement
- Dusty and Talon rose, Talon taking the chance to launch himself at Dusty.
- There's a chance it might be the vehicle we're looking for.
- I'll ask leave to go to the front, this may be my only chance of seeing the Emperor.
- Worst of all, she had probably ruined any chance she had with him.
- I never got the chance to pick up his.Advertisement
- The evening was young and she had ruined his chance to spend it with Mary.
- She would determine which case had the best chance of success.
- If only she could have one more chance.
- I thought maybe you were giving me the chance to say no - giving me a chance to save my pride.
- It is as if I were glad of a chance to take advantage of his being alone and despondent!Advertisement
- It's only two blocks, and it gives me a chance to wake up.
- 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.
- Any chance you have a contact number?
- Had it not been for a chance remark, Katie wouldn't have been aware of her ignorance.
- But his subordinate rank gave him no chance to impart a greater measure of energy to the naval operations.Advertisement
- It gives everyone a chance to make her case and be heard.
- It seems worth while, however, to quote from some of her chance bits of writing, which are neither so informal as her letters nor so carefully composed as her story of her life.
- He is perhaps the sanest man and has the fewest crotchets of any I chance to know; the same yesterday and tomorrow.
- A wise man will not leave the right to the mercy of chance, nor wish it to prevail through the power of the majority.
- He leaned his elbows on the table with his pen in his hand and, evidently glad of a chance to say quicker in words what he wanted to write, told Rostov the contents of his letter.Advertisement
- There are many stories of his getting to know an officer in just such a chance way and attaching him to himself!
- It was a unique chance to show his devotion to the Emperor and he had not made use of it....
- And I said, "I should have known you had I met you by chance," and I thought to myself, "Am I telling the truth?"
- I want to meet that man whom I despise, so as to give him a chance to kill and laugh at me!
- It is natural for a man who does not understand the workings of a machine to imagine that a shaving that has fallen into it by chance and is interfering with its action and tossing about in it is its most important part.Advertisement
- That quiet walk home was her chance to relax - that and a good book.
- There's no chance some of the memory is still there?
- Any chance you could get his ear?
- Now we have a real chance at nailing him with the information I gave After.
- There's a good chance they'll spot him.Advertisement
- Surely the gods of chance have favored my brilliance!
- She deserves a chance.
- I didn't take a chance on you for the reason you think.
- I took a chance, and it paid off.
- It's time you gave someone else a chance, Cynthia said with a winning smile that offered him little room to maneuver.Advertisement
- Hated the hot and stickies of Norfolk weather and was always after me to transfer him back to Scranton—fat chance of that—or to some bread-basket state out west.
- You'll love the baby if you give yourself a chance.
- A truce was Kutuzov's sole chance of gaining time, giving Bagration's exhausted troops some rest, and letting the transport and heavy convoys (whose movements were concealed from the French) advance if but one stage nearer Znaim.
- The offer of a truce gave the only, and a quite unexpected, chance of saving the army.
- Prince Andrew noticed, however, that though what happened was due to chance and was independent of the commander's will, owing to the tact Bagration showed, his presence was very valuable.Advertisement
- In April the troops were enlivened by news of the Emperor's arrival, but Rostov had no chance of being present at the review he held at Bartenstein, as the Pavlograds were at the outposts far beyond that place.
- Though he concealed the fact under a show of irritation and contempt, he was evidently in despair that the sole remaining chance of verifying his theory by a huge experiment and proving its soundness to the whole world was slipping away from him.
- There'll hardly be another such chance to fall on a transport as today.
- Even if they do not know for what purpose they are fattened, they will at least know that all that happened to the ram did not happen accidentally, and will no longer need the conceptions of chance or genius.
- Again so-called chance accompanies him.
- Chance forms the characters of the rulers of France, who submit to him; chance forms the character of Paul I of Russia who recognizes his government; chance contrives a plot against him which not only fails to harm him but confirms his power.
- Any guard might arrest him, but by strange chance no one does so and all rapturously greet the man they cursed the day before and will curse again a month later.
- So you want to get out of here before I get the chance?
- Does that mean you're giving me another chance?
- The world's our atlas if we have the guts to flip a coin and take a chance.
- He recognizes you can't physically stop him; otherwise you would have when you've had the chance.
- We just had to do the most good possible while we had the chance.
- My stomach knotted with the knowledge this might be our last chance.
- 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.
- 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 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.
- Deep down, I convinced myself we might have a chance for custody of Martha.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- You now have a thirty five percent chance of succeeding.
- She ran as fast as she could, knowing it was her only chance.
- 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.
- 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?
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- I'm sure Sarah has something prepared on the off chance you'll be there.
- I think your best chance of winning Miriam over is if I talk to her.
- You won't be given another chance to find her.
- He was terrified, yet knew he must hide his strength if they were to have any chance.
- But every dime spent on the house meant that much less she could invest in the dairy - and the dairy was the one thing that stood a chance of stimulating her anemic savings account.
- I cheated him out of his chance at a good education?
- If you don't want him, why don't you throw him back so she can have a chance at catching him?
- The excitement at the coop had cost Alex his chance to watch a birth, but he accepted the loss in good humor.
- I thought we might have a chance to talk a little.
- No, it was mere chance that he was looking at her while he spoke to Katie.
- Sure. It kept you're mind so busy that you're hands didn't get a chance to write.
- Was there a chance for them - if she was willing to wait?
- But I wouldn't want to take a chance on losing you.
- It would be encouraging him - indicating there was still a chance.
- She screamed, racing for the tree and knowing she didn't have a chance of outrunning the dog.
- Somewhere, somehow, everyone had to release themselves to chance.
- No other regular army unit has a chance out here.
- I was giving you a chance to reconsider.
- She didn't know how he could take the chance of hitting her, though!
- Even if she had one more chance to talk to him, she wasn't sure what she'd say.
- She'd never taken a chance on a man or let herself wonder what she was missing.
- At least we have a chance to start over.
- Most people didn't get a second chance like we did.
- She may never get the chance to tell him or to apologize for their last exchange being one of anger and frustration.
- But maybe, just maybe, she'd have a second chance.
- The sats would be on backup power right now, eliminating her chance of communicating without drawing the fire of the missiles.
- Rhyn listened to his brother pad away in the soft sand. He'd spent thousands of years in Hell wishing to be dead-dead. Tomorrow, he'd have his chance.
- And then I saw how good his heart is. He's a train wreck, but he's honorable and capable of such good. Kris pulled me into this world and assumed I'd do what I was told like a good little human. But when I told Rhyn I wanted to leave him, he asked for another chance. It's like he woke up then and realized he wasn't in Hell anymore or trapped by his brothers' expectations.
- I almost believed we had half a chance.
- Kiki didn't have a chance to answer before the wooden door to their prison creaked open. Rhyn's head spun as he was hauled up and dragged into a well-lit hallway. Light and shadows wreaked havoc on his sense of place and time until he hit the cool stone floor again.
- Maybe we should give him a second chance.
- No, but I don't think he's the same Rhyn we sent to Hell. I think he deserves a chance to make things right.
- I chose to sacrifice my life so that you'd have the chance to do this, Rhyn.
- I don't regret it, Rhyn. You've had the deck stacked against you. The least I could do was give you a second chance.
- It has nothing to do with living in Andre's shadow your whole life and now having the chance to prove yourself, she said with a faint smile.
- We wouldn't have a chance.
- I think we have a better chance if we go to Death's fortress.
- Since I'm here, I guess it's a good thing I didn't take a chance on him.
- Everyone deserves a chance at happiness, Deidre. Even rich girls running empires.
- It was who he was, if he gave himself the chance to realize it.
- The old man opened the door with a barrage of questions, allowing Dean no chance to escape the interrogation.
- There's not a chance in a million your boy was 50 miles from the drop so don't give Baratto any excuse to clam up on me.
- Dean had no way of checking Byrne's mileage and if by chance he had detoured east on Interstate 84, probably 30 miles further, instead of taking the more direct south-easterly route between Scranton and Parkside.
- Then he added, "There's not much chance he's the guy we're looking for."
- There would be no chance of leaving Norfolk that evening.
- It's not the Top of the Mark, but I may not get another chance.
- If Cleary didn't want to be located, any chance of Dean doing so now he knew someone was looking for him would be next to impossible.
- There's a chance Cleary is just a cheating husband and someone is chasing him down.
- If it comes out later you weren't truthful with her there's a good chance you can kiss any future goodbye.
- Not knowing who would show presented a chance he might be recognized but as the eavesdropper wouldn't expect him to be there, it gave him an advantage.
- Then she said, "If you believe there's a chance Jeff's alive you'd have to consider I might be a part of it."
- I can't blow the chance, no matter how slim it is.
- Although it was decades since Dean's Boy Scout days and he didn't relish the thoughts of bedding his exhausted body on the ground, he felt, in addition to saving money, his chance of running into his quarry in a camp ground was better.
- While Dean held out no illusions of leading the pack through the mountains, after turning out 73 miles of rolling hills on a humid Saturday, he felt more confident of his chance of least not embarrassing himself.
- You gotta admit, it gives me a lot better chance of checking out the crowds for Byrne.
- At least glancing at the passing riders gave him the chance to carefully look them over.
- It wasn't a common name and there was little chance it was a coincidence.
- If he was here, that means there's a good chance he's still in the tour.
- If it comes down to it and we need an ID later in the week, I can locate the Greek god guy and show him the picture, but I didn't want to take the chance this early.
- There's still a chance he'll think it's another Pat Corbin who sounded familiar.
- You were taking a hell of a chance.
- No chance of that—that was another life.
- What is the pre-marriage speech about... the last chance to back out?
- Tell Bill – but tell him not to talk to Alex about it before I get a chance to.
- Alex had written the Game and Fish Commissions in several western states, hoping for a chance at a mountain goat or sheep.
- The odds were slim, but because his purpose was educational, he might have a chance.
- Growing old and waking up some day to realize you're alone because you were afraid to take a chance.
- The animals were hungry and they were the only things that stood a chance of taking her mind off Alex.
- She should have walked away and given him a chance to think about it, instead of slapping that awful word from his mouth?
- It had been so long, and the absence of intimacy was ruining any chance of salvaging their relationship.
- He's a good looking man with money, and there are a lot of women out there who would jump at the chance to take him away from you.
- He was asking for a second chance, but could they ever reclaim the relationship they had once enjoyed?
- If she had been alone, she might have taken a chance crossing the field, but not with Jonathan.
- But don't you think you betray him by not giving him a chance?
- It was a reminder of what they once shared and lost — a lesson that for some things, there is only one chance.
- Is there any chance that Lori's baby is yours?
- They had another chance to build a relationship, and this time they'd do it right.
- I want us to have a chance.
- I won't give them that chance.
- However, if attacked by Others, he preferred to level everything around them than take the chance he was the only one killed.
- I know if you all stay with us, we will have less of a chance than if we're separated.
- If she told him more, he might influence the paths she saw in a way that would make their slim chance of survival even slimmer.
- We are here because I saw this as the only chance we really had.
- You had a chance to do it in Ireland.
- At some point, he'd have to snatch Yully and Charles and drag them down to the immortal world and hope they had a chance to Travel before being blasted to pieces.
- They gave me a second chance.
- We have a second chance now to live as we should have before.
- Whether or not Jonny would ever know that same sense of peace, there was always a chance he could.
- He may never have the chance to hold his own child.
- I wanted Sirian to be wrong, but the attack today…I can't take that chance, Taran.
- She forced herself to remember why they died, what their deaths bought - -a chance for her to live.
- She darted and danced away, focused on nothing but the two torches marking her chance at freedom.
- I have one chance to save you, Rissa.
- With Oceanan, they may have a chance.
- She didn't doubt Taran's ability to defend her kingdom - -if he ever got the chance.
- She admired his newfound air of command but couldn't help resenting him for having a second chance she'd never get.
- But Sirian was free, which meant whatever his plan was, he would soon have a chance to act.
- Old enough to defy me every chance he had.
- That gave her a chance to work with the newest horse she had bought.
- It will give you a chance to work with the horses and get to know them as well as the land.
- It was a chance she had to take unless she wanted to spend the rest of her life being what everyone else wanted.
- What she needed most was a chance to cry.
- If anyone had a chance of getting Senor Medena to listen, it was Alex.
- Maybe there was a chance the situation could be resolved.
- Don't take his grandchild away without giving him a chance.
- Would you throw that chance away?
- Was there a chance to salvage their marriage?
- Maybe she shouldn't have said it, but it was something he should know if they had a chance.
- If it hadn't been for the way she looked at him when she thought he wasn't looking, he wouldn't have thought there was a chance to get her back.
- Surely it wasn't chance that found them both in this tiny town.
- She rose and opened the window, but a breeze didn't stand a chance with the forest surrounding the cabin.
- Oh, he doesn't give me a chance to get lonely.
- Anyway, I take a chance every time I drive it.
- Justin was going to have his chance.
- She was going to have her chance.
- He wasn't going to give her the chance to explain.
- Do you think they'd give you a chance to save that creature?
- There's no chance of rabies, is there?
- I still got a chance, as long as you keep renting a new girl every night.
- He didn't believe in coincidences or chance.
- Not giving him a chance to argue, she ducked through the ropes and leapt to the floor.
- She'd play his little games – as long as he didn't bite her – if it meant she had a second chance to get her hands on that necklace.
- She shifted, ready to run if she had the chance.
- She sensed he was giving her the chance to reject him.
- Any chance they want what Jessi wants?
- Then again, when would she ever get a chance to spend a night with someone who looked like him?
- Xander didn't give her a chance to reconsider.
- I didn't kill you when I had the chance.
- We figured out the girl can Travel, and I have a feeling I know where she's headed, if she gets the chance, Damian added.
- There was a slim chance they might've succeeded in making him disappear as well, had he been there.
- They'd have to hide forever and hope he never had the chance to snatch her cousins.