1. become of; happen to
    He promised that no harm would befall her
    What has become of my children?
  2. happen, occur, or be the case in the course of events or by chance
    It happens that today is my birthday
    These things befell
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How To Use bechance In A Sentence

  • It hawthorn besides bechance that the communication spreads each abundant the lung and it has to be distant. Blogpulse Top Links
  • According to text and scripture, now I relate a certain adventure, which bechanced in the realm of Brittany, in days long gone before. French Mediaeval Romances from the Lays of Marie de France
  • My sons - God knows what hath bechanced them.
  • He had no choice, apparently, but to go sleep in the bushes in his local park, where, happily, he bechanced upon a coat that provided a smidgin of warmth.
  • It was only yesterday morning that she had bechanced to see it, not surprisingly following a discussion on that very same subject.
  • If you bechance to have a supporter of your own, then ask him or her to teach you staple Photoshop. New Blogs and RSS Feeds
  • So, fearing lest a worse thing should bechance him, from Abbeville he went up to Paris.
  • I must ask of you to take a small body of picked men, and ride forth towards Blois, and see what bechances there.
  • 463: My Sonnes, God knowes what hath bechanced them: Henry VI, Part Three (1623 First Folio Edition)
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