6 letter words ending in ance

Adance (adv.) Dancing.

Chance (n.) A supposed material or psychical agent or mode of activity other than a force, law, or purpose; fortune; fate; -- in this sense often personified.

Chance (n.) The operation or activity of such agent.

Chance (n.) The supposed effect of such an agent; something that befalls, as the result of unknown or unconsidered forces; the issue of uncertain conditions; an event not calculated upon; an unexpected occurrence; a happening; accident; fortuity; casualty.

Chance (n.) A possibility; a likelihood; an opportunity; -- with reference to a doubtful result; as, a chance to escape; a chance for life; the chances are all against him.

Chance (n.) Probability.

Chance (v. i.) To happen, come, or arrive, without design or expectation.

Chance (v. t.) To take the chances of; to venture upon; -- usually with it as object.

Chance (v. t.) To befall; to happen to.

Chance (a.) Happening by chance; casual.

Chance (adv.) By chance; perchance.

Elance (v. t.) To throw as a lance; to hurl; to dart.

Fiance (v. t.) To betroth; to affiance.

Fiance (n.) A betrothed man.

Glance (n.) A sudden flash of light or splendor.

Glance (n.) A quick cast of the eyes; a quick or a casual look; a swift survey; a glimpse.

Glance (n.) An incidental or passing thought or allusion.

Glance (n.) A name given to some sulphides, mostly dark-colored, which have a brilliant metallic luster, as the sulphide of copper, called copper glance.

Glance (v. i.) To shoot or emit a flash of light; to shine; to flash.

Glance (v. i.) To strike and fly off in an oblique direction; to dart aside. "Your arrow hath glanced".

Glance (v. i.) To look with a sudden, rapid cast of the eye; to snatch a momentary or hasty view.

Glance (v. i.) To make an incidental or passing reflection; to allude; to hint; -- often with at.

Glance (v. i.) To move quickly, appearing and disappearing rapidly; to be visible only for an instant at a time; to move interruptedly; to twinkle.

Glance (v. t.) To shoot or dart suddenly or obliquely; to cast for a moment; as, to glance the eye.

Glance (v. t.) To hint at; to touch lightly or briefly.

Nuance (n.) A shade of difference; a delicate gradation.

Prance (v. i.) To spring or bound, as a horse in high mettle.

Prance (v. i.) To ride on a prancing horse; to ride in an ostentatious manner.

Prance (v. i.) To walk or strut about in a pompous, showy manner, or with warlike parade.

Seance (n.) A session, as of some public body; especially, a meeting of spiritualists to receive spirit communication, so called.

Stance (n.) A stanza.

Stance (n.) A station; a position; a site.

Trance (n.) A tedious journey.

Trance (n.) A state in which the soul seems to have passed out of the body into another state of being, or to be rapt into visions; an ecstasy.

Trance (v. t.) To entrance.

Trance (v. t.) To pass over or across; to traverse.

Trance (v. i.) To pass; to travel.





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Mark McCracken

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