adventitious[ ad-vuh n-tish-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF adventitious
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADVENTITIOUS
Wordsworth was determined to owe nothing to such an adventitious cause.
There was no sting in their poverty; no adventitious misery belonging to it.
Formation of adventitious flowers and fruits within the ovary.
By Morren this production of adventitious spurs was called "Ceratomanie."
Not, indeed, that these depended on adventitious aids to remembrance.
Nevertheless the picture that tells a story calls in adventitious aid.
But it was not adventitious; it was the logical outcome of his status as god of growth.
Let me make this experiment, with no adventitious help of patronage or introduction.
Now that we've settled that point, let's divide the adventitious circumstances.
The like affections, natural and adventitious, in all such things do happen.