It did not occur to her that she might tell how the man had ventured too near the edge and had fallen by mischance.
Yet you know well, as I do, that it was no treachery, but a mischance.
I looked upon that loss as a mischance which ought not to dwell upon her mind, and I told her so.
"Some mischance of wind or tide," said Constans, thoughtfully.
This mischance necessitated our staying overnight at the only hostelry in the place.
But if, by any mischance, two other persons were to descend, and I were to be mistaken?
The priest then bade him adieu, telling him that if any mischance should befall him he was to hurry off towards the south-east.
Should any mischance befall him, what was then left for her?
Now must they reap that mischance which hath fallen upon the land.
By some mischance, it had been left lying on the parlour floor, and become forgotten.