Definition of Murphy's Law

1. Noun. Humorous axiom stating that anything that can go wrong will go wrong.

Exact synonyms: Sod's Law
Generic synonyms: Gnome



Definition of Murphy's Law

1. Proper noun. An adage which states that if anything can go wrong, then it will. ¹

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Literary usage of Murphy's Law

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1. The Code of Procedure, of the State of New York, as Amended to 1864: With by New York (State), John Townshend, John Stevens Voorhies (1864)
"Tyn>n, 3 Murphy s Law and Eq. 314). b. Attesting •witness must be called.—The law which renders the parties to a suit competent and ..."

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