Definition of peradventure:
Hanford soon learned that he was trying in every way possible to induce Drummond and his associates to accompany him back to America for the purpose of proving beyond peradventure that the Atlantic could take care of a five- million- dollar contract with ease.- "Laughing Bill Hyde and Other Stories", Rex Beach.
" Yes, but don't you ask me to explain; it's a new kind of a girl; they don't have them here; one often speaks sharply to them when they are not the least in fault, and he can't get over feeling sorry for it and ashamed of himself in thirteen hundred years, it's such shabby mean conduct and so unprovoked; the fact is, no gentleman ever does it- though I- well, I myself, if I've got to confess-" " Peradventure she-" " Never mind her; never mind her; I tell you I couldn't ever explain her so you would understand."- "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, Part 3.", Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens).
She thanked him much, and yeasaid him, and thought in her heart that such work which would keep her hands and her head both busy, would solace the grief of her heart, and wear away the time, that she might live till hope might peradventure arise in her.- "The Water of the Wondrous Isles", William Morris.