Wordage.info / heedless hap

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- law of averages collapse
- a law affirming that in the long run probabilities will determine performance related words >

- accidentality,
- actuarial calculation,
- adventitiousness,
- break,
- casualness,
- chance,
- destiny,
- fate,
- flukiness,
- fortuitousness,
- fortuity,
- fortune,
- gamble,
- good fortune,
- good luck,
- hap,
- happenstance,
- happy chance,
- heedless hap,
- how they fall,
- indeterminacy,
- indeterminateness,
- lot,
- luck,
- moira,
- opportunity,
- principle of indeterminacy,
- probability,
- problematicness,
- random sample,
- risk,
- run of luck,
- serendipity,
- statistical probability,
- the breaks,
- theory of probability,
- uncertainty,
- uncertainty principle,
- whatever comes

- good luck collapse
- a stroke of luck related words >

- accidentality,
- actuarial calculation,
- adventitiousness,
- blessing,
- break,
- casualness,
- chance,
- destiny,
- fate,
- felicity,
- flukiness,
- fortuitousness,
- fortuity,
- fortunateness,
- fortune,
- gamble,
- good fortune,
- hap,
- happenstance,
- happy chance,
- happy fortune,
- heedless hap,
- how they fall,
- indeterminacy,
- indeterminateness,
- law of averages,
- lot,
- luck,
- luckiness,
- moira,
- opportunity,
- principle of indeterminacy,
- probability,
- problematicness,
- random sample,
- risk,
- run of luck,
- serendipity,
- smiles of fortune,
- statistical probability,
- the breaks,
- theory of probability,
- uncertainty,
- uncertainty principle,
- whatever comes

- accidentality,
- actuarial calculation,
- adventitiousness,
- blessing,
- break,
- casualness,
- chance,
- destiny,
- fate,
- felicity,
- flukiness,
- fortuitousness,
- fortuity,
- fortunateness,
- fortune,
- gamble,
- good fortune,
- good luck,
- hap,
- happenstance,
- happy chance,
- happy fortune,
- heedless hap,
- how they fall,
- indeterminacy,
- indeterminateness,
- law of averages,
- lot,
- luck,
- luckiness,
- moira,
- opportunity,
- principle of indeterminacy,
- probability,
- problematicness,
- random sample,
- risk,
- run of luck,
- serendipity,
- smiles of fortune,
- statistical probability,
- the breaks,
- theory of probability,
- uncertainty,
- uncertainty principle,
- whatever comes

- accidentality,
- actuarial calculation,
- adventitiousness,
- blind bargain,
- break,
- casualness,
- chance,
- chance at odds,
- destiny,
- fate,
- flukiness,
- fortuitousness,
- fortuity,
- fortune,
- gamble,
- gambling chance,
- good fortune,
- good luck,
- hap,
- happenstance,
- happy chance,
- heedless hap,
- how they fall,
- indeterminacy,
- indeterminateness,
- law of averages,
- lot,
- luck,
- matter of chance,
- moira,
- opportunity,
- potluck,
- potshot,
- principle of indeterminacy,
- probability,
- problematicness,
- random sample,
- random shot,
- risk,
- run of luck,
- serendipity,
- sporting chance,
- statistical probability,
- the breaks,
- theory of probability,
- toss,
- toss-up,
- touch and go,
- uncertainty,
- uncertainty principle,
- whatever comes

- accident,
- accidentality,
- actuarial calculation,
- adventitiousness,
- adventure,
- break,
- casualness,
- casualty,
- chance,
- chance hit,
- contingency,
- contingent,
- destiny,
- fate,
- fluke,
- flukiness,
- fortuitousness,
- fortune,
- freak accident,
- gamble,
- good fortune,
- good luck,
- hap,
- happening,
- happenstance,
- happy chance,
- hazard,
- heedless hap,
- how they fall,
- indeterminacy,
- indeterminateness,
- law of averages,
- long odds,
- long shot,
- lot,
- luck,
- lucky shot,
- moira,
- opportunity,
- principle of indeterminacy,
- probability,
- problematicness,
- random sample,
- risk,
- run of luck,
- serendipity,
- statistical probability,
- the breaks,
- theory of probability,
- uncertainty,
- uncertainty principle,
- whatever comes

- serendipity collapse
- good luck in making unexpected and fortunate discoveries related words >

- accidentality,
- actuarial calculation,
- adventitiousness,
- break,
- bringing to light,
- casual discovery,
- casualness,
- catching,
- chance,
- chance discovery,
- destiny,
- detection,
- determination,
- determining,
- disclosure,
- discovery,
- distinguishment,
- espial,
- excavation,
- exhumation,
- exposure,
- fate,
- find,
- finding,
- finding out,
- flukiness,
- fortuitousness,
- fortuity,
- fortune,
- gamble,
- good fortune,
- good luck,
- hap,
- happenstance,
- happy chance,
- heedless hap,
- how they fall,
- indeterminacy,
- indeterminateness,
- invention,
- law of averages,
- locating,
- location,
- lot,
- luck,
- lucky strike,
- moira,
- opportunity,
- principle of indeterminacy,
- probability,
- problematicness,
- random sample,
- recognition,
- rediscovery,
- revelation,
- risk,
- run of luck,
- spotting,
- statistical probability,
- strike,
- the breaks,
- theory of probability,
- treasure trove,
- trouvaille,
- trove,
- uncertainty,
- uncertainty principle,
- uncovering,
- unearthing,
- whatever comes

- opportunity collapse
- a possibility due to a favorable combination of circumstances; "the holiday gave us the opportunity to visit Washington"; "now is your chance" related words >

- a leg up,
- accidentality,
- actuarial calculation,
- adventitiousness,
- bout,
- break,
- casualness,
- chance,
- clear stage,
- destiny,
- fair field,
- fair game,
- fate,
- flukiness,
- fortuitousness,
- fortuity,
- fortune,
- gamble,
- go,
- good fortune,
- good luck,
- hap,
- happenstance,
- happy chance,
- heedless hap,
- hope,
- how they fall,
- indeterminacy,
- indeterminateness,
- inning,
- innings,
- juncture,
- law of averages,
- leisure,
- liberty,
- look-in,
- lot,
- luck,
- moira,
- moment,
- occasion,
- opening,
- opportunism,
- pass,
- place,
- possibility,
- prayer,
- principle of indeterminacy,
- probability,
- problematicness,
- random sample,
- relief,
- risk,
- room,
- round,
- run of luck,
- say,
- scope,
- serendipity,
- shot,
- show,
- space,
- spell,
- squeak,
- statistical probability,
- stepping-stone,
- the breaks,
- theory of probability,
- time,
- time at bat,
- turn,
- uncertainty,
- uncertainty principle,
- whack,
- whatever comes

- random sample collapse
- a sample grabbed at random
- a sample in which every element in the population has an equal chance of being selected related words >

- accidentality,
- actuarial calculation,
- adjunct,
- adventitiousness,
- barometer,
- break,
- casualness,
- chance,
- component,
- contingent,
- cross section,
- destiny,
- detachment,
- detail,
- division,
- dole,
- fate,
- feeler,
- flukiness,
- fortuitousness,
- fortuity,
- fortune,
- fraction,
- gamble,
- good fortune,
- good luck,
- hap,
- happenstance,
- happy chance,
- heedless hap,
- how they fall,
- indeterminacy,
- indeterminateness,
- installment,
- item,
- law of averages,
- lot,
- luck,
- moira,
- opportunity,
- parcel,
- part,
- particular,
- percentage,
- pilot balloon,
- portion,
- principle of indeterminacy,
- probability,
- probe,
- problematicness,
- quadrant,
- quarter,
- quota,
- remainder,
- risk,
- run of luck,
- sample,
- sampling,
- section,
- sector,
- segment,
- serendipity,
- share,
- sound,
- sounder,
- statistical probability,
- straw vote,
- subdivision,
- subgroup,
- subspecies,
- the breaks,
- theory of probability,
- trial balloon,
- uncertainty,
- uncertainty principle,
- weather vane,
- weathercock,
- whatever comes

- accessory,
- accident,
- accidental,
- accidentality,
- actuarial calculation,
- addendum,
- addition,
- adjunct,
- adventitiousness,
- adventure,
- appendage,
- appurtenance,
- auxiliary,
- break,
- casualness,
- casualty,
- chance,
- chance hit,
- circumstance,
- collateral,
- contingency,
- contingent,
- destiny,
- episode,
- event,
- experience,
- extra,
- fact,
- fate,
- fluke,
- flukiness,
- fortuitousness,
- fortuity,
- fortune,
- freak accident,
- gamble,
- good fortune,
- good luck,
- hap,
- happening,
- happy chance,
- hazard,
- heedless hap,
- how they fall,
- incident,
- incidental,
- indeterminacy,
- indeterminateness,
- inessential,
- law of averages,
- long odds,
- long shot,
- lot,
- luck,
- lucky shot,
- matter of fact,
- mere chance,
- moira,
- nonessential,
- not-self,
- occasion,
- occurrence,
- opportunity,
- other,
- particular,
- phenomenon,
- principle of indeterminacy,
- probability,
- problematicness,
- random sample,
- reality,
- risk,
- run of luck,
- secondary,
- serendipity,
- statistical probability,
- subsidiary,
- superaddition,
- supplement,
- the breaks,
- theory of probability,
- turn of events,
- uncertainty,
- uncertainty principle,
- unessential,
- whatever comes

- luck collapse
- an unknown and unpredictable phenomenon that causes an event to result one way rather than another; "bad luck caused his downfall"; "we ran into each other by pure chance"
- an unknown and unpredictable phenomenon that leads to a favorable outcome; "it was my good luck to be there"; "they say luck is a lady"; "it was as if fortune guided his hand" related words >

- accident,
- accidentality,
- actuarial calculation,
- adventitiousness,
- blessing,
- break,
- bump,
- calculated risk,
- capriciousness,
- casualness,
- chance,
- chances,
- chanciness,
- changeableness,
- destiny,
- erraticism,
- erraticness,
- fate,
- felicity,
- fickleness,
- flier,
- fluke,
- flukiness,
- fortuitousness,
- fortuity,
- fortunateness,
- fortune,
- fortunes,
- gamble,
- good fortune,
- good luck,
- hap,
- happenstance,
- happy chance,
- happy fortune,
- hazard,
- heedless hap,
- hesitancy,
- hesitation,
- hit,
- how they fall,
- incalculability,
- incertitude,
- indecision,
- indecisiveness,
- indemonstrability,
- indeterminacy,
- indeterminateness,
- indetermination,
- indeterminism,
- irresolution,
- law of averages,
- light,
- lot,
- luckiness,
- meet,
- moira,
- occasion,
- opportunity,
- play,
- plunge,
- principle of indeterminacy,
- probability,
- problematicness,
- random sample,
- randomness,
- risk,
- run of luck,
- serendipity,
- smiles of fortune,
- speculation,
- statistical probability,
- stroke of luck,
- stumble,
- suspense,
- suspensefulness,
- the breaks,
- theory of probability,
- tumble,
- unaccountability,
- uncertainness,
- uncertainty,
- uncertainty principle,
- undecidedness,
- undeterminedness,
- unforeseeableness,
- unpredictability,
- unprovability,
- unsureness,
- unverifiability,
- vacillation,
- venture,
- whatever comes,
- whimsicality

- hap collapse
- an accidental happening; "he recorded all the little haps and mishaps of his life" related words >

- accident,
- accidentality,
- actuarial calculation,
- adventitiousness,
- adventure,
- be found,
- be met with,
- be realized,
- bechance,
- befall,
- betide,
- break,
- bundle up,
- casualness,
- casualty,
- chance,
- chance hit,
- circumstance,
- come,
- come about,
- come along,
- come down,
- come off,
- come to pass,
- come true,
- contingency,
- contingent,
- destiny,
- develop,
- episode,
- event,
- eventuate,
- experience,
- fact,
- fall,
- fate,
- fluke,
- flukiness,
- fortuitousness,
- fortuity,
- fortune,
- freak accident,
- gamble,
- go,
- go off,
- good fortune,
- good luck,
- happen,
- happen along,
- happen by chance,
- happening,
- happenstance,
- happy chance,
- hazard,
- heedless hap,
- how they fall,
- incident,
- indeterminacy,
- indeterminateness,
- law of averages,
- long odds,
- long shot,
- lot,
- luck,
- lucky shot,
- matter of fact,
- moira,
- muffle,
- occasion,
- occur,
- occurrence,
- opportunity,
- particular,
- pass,
- pass off,
- phenomenon,
- pop up,
- portion,
- principle of indeterminacy,
- probability,
- problematicness,
- random sample,
- reality,
- risk,
- run of luck,
- serendipity,
- statistical probability,
- take place,
- the breaks,
- theory of probability,
- transpire,
- turn of events,
- turn up,
- uncertainty,
- uncertainty principle,
- whatever comes,
- wrap up

- casualty collapse
- a decrease of military personnel or equipment
- someone injured or killed in an accident
- someone injured or killed or captured or missing in a military engagement related words >

- accident,
- adventure,
- blow,
- body count,
- calamity,
- casualties,
- cataclysm,
- catastrophe,
- chance hit,
- collision,
- contingency,
- contingent,
- contretemps,
- crack-up,
- crash,
- dead,
- death,
- disaster,
- fatal,
- fatal accident,
- fatalities,
- fatality,
- fluke,
- fortuity,
- freak accident,
- grief,
- hap,
- happening,
- happenstance,
- hazard,
- ill hap,
- injured,
- long odds,
- long shot,
- lucky shot,
- misadventure,
- mischance,
- misfortune,
- mishap,
- missing,
- nasty blow,
- pileup,
- prey,
- shipwreck,
- shock,
- smash,
- smashup,
- staggering blow,
- statistic,
- tragedy,
- underdog,
- victim,
- violent death,
- wounded,
- wreck

- accident collapse
- anything that happens by chance without an apparent cause
- a mishap; especially one causing injury or death related words >

- accessary,
- accessory,
- accidental,
- addendum,
- addition,
- adjunct,
- adventure,
- appendage,
- appurtenance,
- auxiliary,
- blow,
- blunder,
- calamity,
- casualty,
- cataclysm,
- catastrophe,
- chance,
- chance hit,
- collateral,
- collision,
- coming to be,
- contingency,
- contingent,
- contretemps,
- crack-up,
- crash,
- destiny,
- disaster,
- event,
- eventuality,
- eventuation,
- extra,
- fate,
- fluke,
- fortuity,
- fortune,
- freak accident,
- grief,
- hap,
- happening,
- happenstance,
- hazard,
- ill hap,
- incidence,
- incidental,
- inessential,
- kismet,
- long odds,
- long shot,
- luck,
- lucky shot,
- materialization,
- mere chance,
- misadventure,
- mischance,
- misfortune,
- mishap,
- mistake,
- nasty blow,
- nonessential,
- not-self,
- other,
- pileup,
- realization,
- secondary,
- serendipity,
- shipwreck,
- shock,
- smash,
- smashup,
- staggering blow,
- subsidiary,
- superaddition,
- supplement,
- tragedy,
- unessential,
- wreck

- gamble collapse
- a risky act or venture
- money that is risked for possible monetary gain
- play games for money
- take a risk in the hope of a favorable outcome; "When you buy these stocks you are gambling" related words >

- accidentality,
- actuarial calculation,
- admit of,
- adventitiousness,
- ante,
- ante up,
- back,
- be liable,
- be subjected to,
- bet,
- bet on,
- bid fair to,
- blind bargain,
- borderline case,
- brave,
- break,
- call,
- cast lots,
- casualness,
- challenge,
- chance,
- compromise,
- contingency,
- count on,
- court destruction,
- cover,
- cut lots,
- cut the cards,
- dare,
- defy,
- defy danger,
- destiny,
- double contingency,
- draw lots,
- draw straws,
- encounter danger,
- endanger,
- expose,
- face,
- face up to,
- fade,
- fate,
- flukiness,
- forget the odds,
- fortuitousness,
- fortuity,
- fortune,
- gamble on,
- gamble with,
- game,
- good fortune,
- good luck,
- guess,
- hap,
- happenstance,
- happy chance,
- hazard,
- heedless hap,
- how they fall,
- imperil,
- incur danger,
- indeterminacy,
- indeterminateness,
- jeopard,
- jeopardize,
- jeopardy,
- law of averages,
- lay,
- lay a wager,
- lay down,
- lay open,
- lie under,
- lot,
- luck,
- make a bet,
- make book,
- match coins,
- meet a bet,
- moira,
- open question,
- opportunity,
- parlay,
- pass,
- peril,
- piece of guesswork,
- play,
- play against,
- play at dice,
- play the ponies,
- play with fire,
- plunge,
- predict,
- principle of indeterminacy,
- probability,
- problematicness,
- prognosticate,
- punt,
- put in danger,
- put in jeopardy,
- put on,
- question,
- raffle off,
- random sample,
- rely on,
- risk,
- run of luck,
- run the chance,
- run the risk,
- see,
- serendipity,
- set,
- shoot craps,
- sight-unseen transaction,
- speculate,
- speculation,
- sport,
- stake,
- stand a chance,
- stand fair to,
- stand pat,
- stand to gain,
- stand to lose,
- statistical probability,
- take a chance,
- take chances,
- tempt Providence,
- tempt fortune,
- the breaks,
- theory of probability,
- toss,
- toss-up,
- touch and go,
- uncertainty,
- uncertainty principle,
- undecided issue,
- venture,
- wager,
- whatever comes

- be found,
- be met with,
- be realized,
- befall,
- betide,
- come,
- come about,
- come down,
- come off,
- come to pass,
- come true,
- eventuate,
- fall,
- go off,
- hap,
- happen,
- occur,
- pass,
- pass off,
- transpire

- probability collapse
- the quality of being probable; a probable event or the most probable event; "for a while mutiny seemed a probability"; "going by past experience there was a high probability that the visitors were lost"
- a measure of how likely it is that some event will occur; a number expressing the ratio of favorable cases to the whole number of cases possible; "the probability that an unbiased coin will fall with the head up is 0.5" related words >

- a thing for,
- accidentality,
- actuarial calculation,
- actuarial prediction,
- adventitiousness,
- affinity,
- aftertime,
- afteryears,
- anticipation,
- apocalypse,
- aptitude,
- aptness,
- bare possibility,
- bent,
- best bet,
- bias,
- break,
- by-and-by,
- cast,
- casualness,
- certainty,
- chance,
- chances,
- conatus,
- conceivability,
- conceivableness,
- conduciveness,
- confidence,
- contemplation,
- contingency,
- course ahead,
- crystal ball,
- delight,
- destiny,
- determinism,
- diathesis,
- disposition,
- distant future,
- eagerness,
- even chance,
- eventuality,
- expectancy,
- expectation,
- fate,
- favorable prospect,
- feeling for,
- flukiness,
- foreboding,
- forecast,
- forecasting,
- foreshowing,
- foresight,
- foretelling,
- fortuitousness,
- fortuity,
- fortune,
- forward look,
- future,
- future tense,
- futurism,
- futurity,
- gamble,
- good chance,
- good fortune,
- good luck,
- good opportunity,
- good possibility,
- guesswork,
- hap,
- happenstance,
- happy chance,
- heedless hap,
- hereafter,
- hope,
- how they fall,
- immediate future,
- immediate prospect,
- imminence,
- improbability,
- inclination,
- indeterminacy,
- indeterminateness,
- law of averages,
- leaning,
- liability,
- liableness,
- likelihood,
- likeliness,
- liking,
- lot,
- luck,
- main chance,
- moira,
- near future,
- obligation,
- odds,
- odds-on,
- odds-on chance,
- off chance,
- offing,
- omen,
- opportunity,
- outlook,
- outside chance,
- outside hope,
- penchant,
- possibility,
- possibleness,
- posteriority,
- potential,
- potentiality,
- prediction,
- predilection,
- predisposition,
- prefiguration,
- prefigurement,
- prefiguring,
- prejudice,
- presage,
- presaging,
- presentiment,
- preshowing,
- presignifying,
- presumption,
- principle of indeterminacy,
- problematicness,
- proclivity,
- prognosis,
- prognostication,
- project,
- promise,
- proneness,
- propensity,
- prophecy,
- prophesying,
- prospect,
- prospectus,
- random sample,
- readiness,
- reliance,
- remote possibility,
- risk,
- run of luck,
- sensitivity to,
- serendipity,
- small hope,
- soft spot,
- soothsay,
- speculation,
- sporting chance,
- statistical prediction,
- statistical probability,
- sure bet,
- sure thing,
- susceptibility,
- tendency,
- the attainable,
- the breaks,
- the feasible,
- the future,
- the morrow,
- the possible,
- the sweet by-and-by,
- theory of probability,
- thinkability,
- thinkableness,
- thought,
- time ahead,
- time just ahead,
- time to come,
- tomorrow,
- tropism,
- turn,
- twist,
- unastonishment,
- uncertainty,
- uncertainty principle,
- vaticination,
- virtuality,
- warp,
- weakness,
- well-grounded hope,
- what is possible,
- what may be,
- what might be,
- whatever comes,
- willingness

- destiny collapse
- an event (or a course of events) that will inevitably happen in the future
- the ultimate agency that predetermines the course of events (often personified as a woman); "we are helpless in the face of Destiny" related words >

- Friday,
- Friday the thirteenth,
- Heaven,
- Paradise,
- Z,
- a better place,
- accidentality,
- actuarial calculation,
- adventitiousness,
- afterlife,
- afterworld,
- allotment,
- allowance,
- apodosis,
- appointed lot,
- astral influences,
- astrology,
- big end,
- bigger half,
- bit,
- bite,
- book of fate,
- break,
- budget,
- casualness,
- catastrophe,
- ceasing,
- cessation,
- chance,
- chunk,
- circumstance,
- coda,
- commission,
- conclusion,
- constellation,
- consummation,
- contingent,
- crack of doom,
- culmination,
- cup,
- curtain,
- curtains,
- cut,
- deal,
- death,
- decease,
- denouement,
- design,
- destination,
- dies funestis,
- dividend,
- dole,
- doom,
- effect,
- end,
- end point,
- ending,
- envoi,
- epilogue,
- equal share,
- eschatology,
- eternal home,
- expiration,
- fatality,
- fate,
- final solution,
- final twitch,
- final words,
- finale,
- finality,
- finis,
- finish,
- flukiness,
- foredoom,
- fortuitousness,
- fortuity,
- fortune,
- future,
- future state,
- gamble,
- goal,
- good fortune,
- good luck,
- half,
- halver,
- hap,
- happenstance,
- happy chance,
- heedless hap,
- helping,
- home,
- how they fall,
- ides of March,
- indeterminacy,
- indeterminateness,
- inevitability,
- intent,
- intention,
- interest,
- izzard,
- karma,
- kismet,
- last,
- last breath,
- last gasp,
- last things,
- last trumpet,
- last words,
- latter end,
- law of averages,
- life after death,
- life to come,
- lot,
- luck,
- measure,
- meed,
- mess,
- modicum,
- moiety,
- moira,
- next world,
- objective,
- omega,
- opportunity,
- otherworld,
- part,
- payoff,
- percentage,
- period,
- peroration,
- piece,
- planets,
- portion,
- postexistence,
- principle of indeterminacy,
- probability,
- problematicness,
- proportion,
- quantum,
- quietus,
- quota,
- rake-off,
- random sample,
- ration,
- resolution,
- resting place,
- risk,
- run of luck,
- segment,
- serendipity,
- share,
- slice,
- small share,
- stake,
- stars,
- statistical probability,
- stock,
- stoppage,
- stopping place,
- swan song,
- term,
- terminal,
- termination,
- terminus,
- the beyond,
- the breaks,
- the good hereafter,
- the grave,
- the great beyond,
- the great hereafter,
- the hereafter,
- the unknown,
- theory of probability,
- uncertainty,
- uncertainty principle,
- unlucky day,
- weird,
- what bodes,
- what is fated,
- whatever comes,
- wheel of fortune,
- will of Heaven,
- windup,
- world to come

- risk collapse
- a venture undertaken without regard to possible loss or injury; "he saw the rewards but not the risks of crime"; "there was a danger he would do the wrong thing"
- the probability of being exposed to an infectious agent
- the probability of becoming infected given that exposure to an infectious agent has occurred
- expose to a chance of loss or damage; "We risked losing a lot of money in this venture"; "Why risk your life?"; "She laid her job on the line when she told the boss that he was wrong" related words >

- accident,
- accidentality,
- actuarial calculation,
- admit of,
- adventitiousness,
- adventure,
- be liable,
- be subjected to,
- beard,
- bet,
- bid fair to,
- brave,
- break,
- breakers ahead,
- buy in,
- buy into,
- calculated risk,
- cardhouse,
- casualness,
- cause for alarm,
- chance,
- chance it,
- compromise,
- confront,
- court destruction,
- crisis,
- danger,
- dangerous ground,
- dare,
- defy,
- defy danger,
- destiny,
- desultoriness,
- emergency,
- encounter,
- encounter danger,
- endanger,
- endangerment,
- expose,
- exposure,
- face,
- face up to,
- fate,
- financier,
- flier,
- flukiness,
- forget the odds,
- fortuitousness,
- fortuity,
- fortune,
- gamble,
- gamble on,
- gamble with,
- gaping chasm,
- gathering clouds,
- good fortune,
- good luck,
- hap,
- happenstance,
- happy chance,
- hazard,
- heedless hap,
- house of cards,
- how they fall,
- imperil,
- imperilment,
- incur danger,
- indeterminacy,
- indeterminateness,
- infirmity,
- insecurity,
- insolidity,
- instability,
- insubstantiality,
- invest,
- invest in,
- investment,
- jeopard,
- jeopardize,
- jeopardy,
- law of averages,
- lay open,
- lay out money,
- liability,
- liableness,
- lie under,
- lot,
- luck,
- make an investment,
- make book,
- meet,
- menace,
- moira,
- openness,
- opportunity,
- pass,
- peril,
- perilousness,
- pinch,
- place,
- play,
- play with fire,
- plight,
- plow back into,
- plunge,
- precariousness,
- predicament,
- predict,
- prime investment,
- principle of indeterminacy,
- probability,
- problematicness,
- prognosticate,
- put,
- put in danger,
- put in jeopardy,
- quicksand,
- random sample,
- reinvest,
- rely on fortune,
- riskiness,
- rocks ahead,
- run a chance,
- run of luck,
- run the chance,
- run the risk,
- serendipity,
- set at hazard,
- shakiness,
- shiftiness,
- shiftingness,
- sink,
- sink money in,
- slipperiness,
- speculate,
- speculation,
- speculativeness,
- stand a chance,
- stand fair to,
- stand to gain,
- stand to lose,
- statistical probability,
- storm clouds,
- strait,
- take a chance,
- take a flier,
- take chances,
- tempt Providence,
- tempt fortune,
- the breaks,
- theory of probability,
- thin ice,
- threat,
- ticklishness,
- treacherousness,
- treachery,
- trust to chance,
- try the chance,
- unauthenticity,
- unauthoritativeness,
- uncertainty,
- uncertainty principle,
- undependability,
- unfaithworthiness,
- unreliability,
- unsolidity,
- unsoundness,
- unsteadfastness,
- unsteadiness,
- unsubstantiality,
- unsureness,
- untrustworthiness,
- venture,
- wager,
- whatever comes

- fortune collapse
- a large amount of wealth or prosperity
- your overall circumstances or condition in life (including everything that happens to you); "whatever my fortune may be"; "deserved a better fate"; "has a happy lot"; "the luck of the Irish"; "a victim of circumstances"; "success that was her portion" related words >

- Clio,
- Friday,
- Friday the thirteenth,
- Muse of history,
- accidentality,
- actuarial calculation,
- adventitiousness,
- adventures,
- affluence,
- annals,
- appointed lot,
- assets,
- astral influences,
- astrology,
- autobiography,
- beggared,
- biographical sketch,
- biography,
- blessing,
- bomb,
- boodle,
- book of fate,
- bottomless purse,
- break,
- bulging purse,
- bundle,
- calculated risk,
- case history,
- casualness,
- chance,
- chronicle,
- chronicles,
- chronology,
- circumstances,
- confessions,
- constellation,
- cup,
- curriculum vitae,
- destination,
- destiny,
- destitute,
- diary,
- dies funestis,
- doom,
- easy circumstances,
- embarras de richesses,
- end,
- estate,
- expectations,
- experiences,
- fatality,
- fate,
- felicity,
- flier,
- flukiness,
- foredoom,
- fortuitousness,
- fortuity,
- fortunateness,
- fortuneless,
- fortunes,
- future,
- gamble,
- gold,
- good fortune,
- good luck,
- hagiography,
- hagiology,
- handsome fortune,
- hap,
- happenstance,
- happy chance,
- happy fortune,
- hazard,
- heedless hap,
- high income,
- high tax bracket,
- historiography,
- history,
- holdings,
- how they fall,
- ides of March,
- impecunious,
- impoverished,
- independence,
- indeterminacy,
- indeterminateness,
- indigent,
- inevitability,
- journal,
- karma,
- kismet,
- law of averages,
- legend,
- life,
- life and letters,
- life story,
- lot,
- luck,
- luckiness,
- lucre,
- luxuriousness,
- mammon,
- martyrology,
- material wealth,
- means,
- memoir,
- memoirs,
- memorabilia,
- memorial,
- memorials,
- mint,
- moira,
- money,
- money to burn,
- moneybags,
- necrology,
- needy,
- obituary,
- opportunity,
- opulence,
- opulency,
- packet,
- pelf,
- penurious,
- photobiography,
- pile,
- planets,
- play,
- plunge,
- portion,
- position,
- possessions,
- pot,
- poverty-stricken,
- pretty penny,
- principle of indeterminacy,
- probability,
- problematicness,
- profile,
- property,
- prosperity,
- prosperousness,
- random sample,
- record,
- resources,
- resume,
- riches,
- richness,
- risk,
- roll,
- run of luck,
- serendipity,
- six-figure income,
- smiles of fortune,
- speculation,
- stars,
- statistical probability,
- story,
- substance,
- the breaks,
- theory of history,
- theory of probability,
- tidy sum,
- treasure,
- uncertainty,
- uncertainty principle,
- unlucky day,
- unprosperous,
- upper bracket,
- venture,
- wad,
- wealth,
- wealthiness,
- weird,
- whatever comes,
- wheel of fortune,
- will of Heaven,
- worth

- unfortunately collapse
- by bad luck; "unfortunately it rained all day"; "alas, I cannot stay" related words >

- by ill hap,
- by ill luck,
- impolitically,
- impoliticly,
- in adverse circumstances,
- inadvisably,
- inappropriately,
- inaptly,
- inauspiciously,
- incongruously,
- inconveniently,
- ineptly,
- inexpediently,
- infelicitously,
- inopportunely,
- sadly,
- undesirably,
- unfavorably,
- unfittingly,
- unhappily,
- unluckily,
- unpromisingly,
- unpropitiously,
- unprovidentially,
- unseasonably,
- unsuitably

- pileup collapse
- multiple collisions of vehicles related words >

- mishap collapse
- an instance of misfortune related words >

- befall collapse
- become of; happen to; "He promised that no harm would befall her"; "What has become of my children?" related words >

- be found,
- be met with,
- be realized,
- bechance,
- betide,
- break,
- chance,
- come,
- come about,
- come along,
- come down,
- come off,
- come to pass,
- come true,
- develop,
- eventuate,
- fall,
- fall out,
- go,
- go off,
- hap,
- happen,
- happen along,
- happen by chance,
- hazard,
- occur,
- pass,
- pass off,
- pop up,
- take place,
- transpire,
- turn up

- be found,
- be met with,
- be realized,
- bechance,
- befall,
- break,
- chance,
- come,
- come about,
- come along,
- come down,
- come off,
- come to pass,
- come true,
- develop,
- eventuate,
- fall,
- fall out,
- go,
- go off,
- hap,
- happen,
- happen along,
- happen by chance,
- hazard,
- occur,
- pass,
- pass off,
- pop up,
- take place,
- transpire,
- turn up

- accident,
- blow,
- blunder,
- boner,
- bull,
- calamity,
- casualty,
- cataclysm,
- catastrophe,
- collision,
- contretemps,
- crack-up,
- crash,
- disaster,
- error,
- faux pas,
- grief,
- howler,
- ill hap,
- lapse,
- mischance,
- misfortune,
- mishap,
- nasty blow,
- pileup,
- shipwreck,
- shock,
- slip,
- smash,
- smashup,
- staggering blow,
- tragedy,
- wreck

- unhelpful collapse
- providing no assistance related words >

- disregardful,
- forgetful,
- functionless,
- heedless,
- in disrepair,
- inapplicable,
- inconsiderate,
- inoperable,
- inoperative,
- mindless,
- nonfunctional,
- nonutilitarian,
- otiose,
- out of order,
- out of whack,
- respectless,
- thoughtless,
- unaccommodating,
- uncomplaisant,
- unconducive,
- uncooperative,
- unemployable,
- unfit,
- unheedful,
- unmindful,
- unobliging,
- unsuitable,
- unthinking,
- unthoughtful,
- unusable,
- unworkable

- careless,
- disregardant,
- disregardful,
- distracted,
- distrait,
- heedless,
- inadvertent,
- inattentive,
- inconstant,
- incurious,
- indifferent,
- negligent,
- nonadherent,
- noncompliant,
- nonconforming,
- nonobservant,
- regardless,
- thoughtless,
- uncompliant,
- unconforming,
- unfaithful,
- unheedful,
- unheeding,
- unloyal,
- unmarking,
- unmindful,
- unnoticing,
- unnoting,
- unobservant,
- unobserving,
- unperceiving,
- unremarking,
- untrue,
- unwatchful

- unobservant collapse
- not consciously observing; "looked through him with blank unseeing eyes" related words >

- careless,
- disregardant,
- disregardful,
- distracted,
- distrait,
- heedless,
- inadvertent,
- inattentive,
- inconstant,
- incurious,
- indifferent,
- inobservant,
- negligent,
- nonadherent,
- noncompliant,
- nonconforming,
- nonobservant,
- regardless,
- thoughtless,
- uncompliant,
- unconforming,
- unfaithful,
- unheedful,
- unheeding,
- unloyal,
- unmarking,
- unmindful,
- unnoticing,
- unnoting,
- unobserving,
- unperceiving,
- unremarking,
- untrue,
- unwatchful

- undiplomatic collapse
- not skilled in dealing with others related words >

- airy,
- brash,
- careless,
- casual,
- cursory,
- degage,
- disregardant,
- disregardful,
- easygoing,
- flippant,
- forgetful,
- free and easy,
- heedless,
- impolitic,
- inconsiderate,
- indifferent,
- insouciant,
- lazy,
- maladroit,
- oblivious,
- offhand,
- perfunctory,
- reckless,
- regardless,
- respectless,
- tactless,
- thoughtless,
- unheedful,
- unheeding,
- unmindful,
- unprepared,
- unready,
- unsolicitous,
- untactful,
- unthinking

- arbitrary,
- capricious,
- careless,
- guileless,
- heedless,
- inadvertent,
- inconsiderate,
- reasonless,
- thoughtless,
- unaffected,
- unassumed,
- unassuming,
- unbeguileful,
- unbeguiling,
- undeceitful,
- undeceiving,
- undeceptive,
- undesigning,
- undisguised,
- undisguising,
- undissembling,
- undissimulated,
- undissimulating,
- unfeigned,
- unfeigning,
- unflattering,
- unguarded,
- unpretended,
- unpretending,
- unreasoning,
- unreflecting,
- unthinking,
- unthoughtful,
- untrimmed,
- unvarnished

- uncertainty collapse
- being unsettled or in doubt or dependent on chance; "the uncertainty of the outcome"; "the precariousness of his income" related words >

- Pyrrhonism,
- accidentality,
- actuarial calculation,
- adventitiousness,
- agitation,
- ambiguity,
- ambiguousness,
- ambitendency,
- ambivalence,
- amphibology,
- anxiety,
- apprehension,
- arrhythmia,
- bleariness,
- blur,
- blurriness,
- bother,
- break,
- brokenness,
- calculated risk,
- capriciousness,
- casualness,
- chance,
- chanciness,
- change of mind,
- changeableness,
- choppiness,
- cliff-hanging,
- complexity of meaning,
- concern,
- criticalness,
- darkness,
- defocus,
- delicacy,
- destiny,
- desultoriness,
- deviability,
- diffidence,
- dimness,
- disconnectedness,
- discontinuity,
- disquiet,
- distress,
- distrust,
- distrustfulness,
- double entendre,
- double meaning,
- double reference,
- double-mindedness,
- doubt,
- doubtfulness,
- dread,
- dubiety,
- dubiousness,
- eccentricity,
- equivocacy,
- equivocality,
- equivocalness,
- erraticism,
- erraticness,
- expectant waiting,
- faintness,
- fate,
- feebleness,
- fence-sitting,
- fence-straddling,
- fibrillation,
- fickleness,
- filminess,
- fitfulness,
- fits and starts,
- flier,
- flightiness,
- fluctuation,
- flukiness,
- fogginess,
- fortuitousness,
- fortuity,
- fortune,
- freakishness,
- fuzziness,
- gamble,
- good fortune,
- good luck,
- half-belief,
- half-visibility,
- hap,
- happenstance,
- happy chance,
- hazard,
- hazardousness,
- haziness,
- heedless hap,
- hesitation,
- how they fall,
- impulsiveness,
- incertitude,
- inconsistency,
- inconstancy,
- indecision,
- indecisiveness,
- indefiniteness,
- indeterminacy,
- indeterminateness,
- indistinctness,
- indistinguishability,
- infirmity of purpose,
- insecurity,
- instability,
- intermittence,
- irony,
- irregularity,
- irresolution,
- jerkiness,
- law of averages,
- leeriness,
- levels of meaning,
- lot,
- low profile,
- luck,
- mercuriality,
- misdoubt,
- misgiving,
- mistiness,
- mistrust,
- mistrustfulness,
- moira,
- moodiness,
- mugwumpery,
- mugwumpism,
- multivocality,
- opportunity,
- paleness,
- paronomasia,
- patchiness,
- perilousness,
- perturbation,
- pessimism,
- play,
- plunge,
- polysemousness,
- polysemy,
- precariousness,
- principle of indeterminacy,
- probability,
- problematicness,
- punning,
- query,
- question,
- random sample,
- reserve,
- restlessness,
- richness of meaning,
- risk,
- riskiness,
- roughness,
- run of luck,
- salt,
- scruple,
- scrupulousness,
- second thoughts,
- self-doubt,
- semivisibility,
- serendipity,
- shadow of doubt,
- shadowiness,
- shakiness,
- shiftiness,
- skepticalness,
- skepticism,
- slipperiness,
- soft focus,
- spasticity,
- speculation,
- sporadicity,
- sporadicness,
- spottiness,
- stagger,
- statistical probability,
- suspense,
- suspicion,
- suspiciousness,
- sword of Damocles,
- tergiversation,
- the breaks,
- theory of probability,
- ticklish business,
- ticklishness,
- total skepticism,
- totteriness,
- touchiness,
- trouble,
- uncertainty principle,
- unclearness,
- undecidedness,
- undependability,
- undeterminedness,
- uneasiness,
- unevenness,
- unfixedness,
- unhealthiness,
- unmethodicalness,
- unplainness,
- unpredictability,
- unreliability,
- unsafeness,
- unsettledness,
- unsettlement,
- unsoundness,
- unstableness,
- unsteadfastness,
- unsteadiness,
- unsureness,
- unsystematicness,
- untrustworthiness,
- vague appearance,
- vagueness,
- variability,
- variation,
- variety,
- venture,
- waiting,
- wantonness,
- wariness,
- waywardness,
- weakness,
- whatever comes,
- whimsicality,
- wobble,
- wonder,
- worry

- bundle up collapse
- dress warmly; "Mother bundled up the children for the long way to school" related words >

- apparel,
- array,
- attire,
- bale,
- bedeck,
- bedrape,
- bind up,
- bundle,
- clothe,
- deck,
- dight,
- do up,
- drape,
- dress,
- dud,
- enclothe,
- endue,
- enrobe,
- enshroud,
- envelop,
- enwrap,
- garb,
- garment,
- habilitate,
- hap,
- invest,
- lap,
- muffle up,
- mummify,
- pack,
- package,
- parcel,
- rag out,
- raiment,
- robe,
- roll up,
- sheathe,
- shroud,
- swaddle,
- swathe,
- tie up,
- tire,
- truss,
- truss up,
- wrap,
- wrap up

- accident,
- breakers ahead,
- cardhouse,
- cause for alarm,
- chance,
- compromise,
- crisis,
- danger,
- dangerous ground,
- emergency,
- endangerment,
- exposure,
- gaping chasm,
- gathering clouds,
- hap,
- hazard,
- house of cards,
- imperil,
- imperilment,
- jeopard,
- jeopardize,
- liability,
- menace,
- openness,
- pass,
- peril,
- pinch,
- plight,
- predicament,
- quicksand,
- risk,
- rocks ahead,
- sensitiveness,
- storm clouds,
- strait,
- susceptibility,
- thin ice,
- threat,
- uncertainty,
- vulnerability

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