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chance (verb), chances; chanced; chancing
1. To accept the danger or risk of doing something: "The writer decided to chance writing his non-fiction book even though he didn't think he could find a publisher who would be interested in it."
2. Something that takes place unexpectedly: "Monroe chanced to hear a conversation outside his apartment that there would be no hot water after 8 a.m. because the repairmen would be working on the heater at that time."
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