1. I just came to see you on the off-chance that Pippa might be here.
2. I just came on the off-chance.
3. I called on the off-chance that Patty might be home.
4. The card is too expensive on the off-chance I could get in an away game during the season.
5. I rang Otto on the off-chance.
6. This would be the off-chance to get Lilly to notice me.
7. We stand off-chance to cut in such household well being.
8. World - wide loitering on the off-chance that something might happen dose not.
9. Somewhere he had let float the off-chance of a miraculous exchange.
10. He had taken a flight to Paris on the off-chance that he might be able to meet Francesca.
11. I walked over to the wardrobe and opened the door just on the off-chance.
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12. It was a long way to drive on the off-chance that something would come of it.
13. There was no time to contact him, so I came on the off-chance.
14. I was willing to fail again and again for off-chance I might come across something that gave me an extra boost.
15. I thought, who logs on to a police website on the off-chance that there might be someone wanted that they might recognise?
16. He took a risk and bought the business on the off-chance that it would do well.
17. In my heart of hearts I realised that this had been the place, but still spent the next couple of hours peddling around on the off-chance that I was mistaken.
18. To do this, the company withdrew millions of bottles and replace millions more without cost to the customer, on the off-chance that other bottles might be poisoned.
19. It is a terrifying thought that women are being made to adapt to rape by wearing these devices ...Women would have to wear this every minute of their lives on the off-chance that they would be raped.
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