possibly (part of speech: adverb)
- You can send some of its messages afar for a few cents, and perchance thus help it to reach a soul ready and waiting that will otherwise be lost. - "Heart Talks", Charles Wesley Naylor.
- Perchance the gods have, indeed, been good to her, and sent her a special messenger on this yellow night. - "Rossmoyne", Unknown.
- And this I may say, that had it pleased Providence to give me dealing with such men of the King's side as he, perchance my fortunes had been altered. - "Richard Carvel, Complete", Winston Churchill Last Updated: March 5, 2009.