Definition of Chauncing

1. chaunce [v] - See also: chaunce



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chauncing

chaulmugra
chaumer
chaumers
chaunce
chaunced
chauncel
chaunceler
chaunceller
chauncellor
chauncellour
chauncelor
chauncelour
chaunces
chauncest
chaunceth
chauncing (current term)
chaunge
chaunged
chaunges
chaunging
chaunk
chaunt
chaunted
chaunter
chaunterie
chaunteries
chaunters
chaunting
chauntry
chaunts

Literary usage of Chauncing

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1. Shakespeare Jest-books: Reprints of the Early and Very Rare Jest-books by William Carew Hazlitt (1864)
"... offence wherfore he was hanged ; and, chauncing to think now vppon his deth, it maketh me to wepe. ..."

2. The Epidemics of the Middle Ages by Justus Friedrich Carl Hecker, Benjamin Guy Babington (1859)
"... chauncing to sweat, may drinke a good draught of the stronger drinke of Guaiacum so hote as they can, for the lyke effecte, as also others may, ..."

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