Thesaurus / felicitously

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A recent utterance of Mr. Gladstone, however, has felicitously supplied the crowning illustration.

Practical EssaysAlexander Bain

This arrangement greatly pleased her; it was so felicitously definite.

That new idea is truest which performs most felicitously its function of satisfying our double urgency.

PragmatismWilliam James

Capt. King writes fluently and felicitously, and in the novel under review there is not a tiresome page.

Kitty's ConquestCharles King

And again, That new idea is truest which performs most felicitously its function of satisfying our double urgency.

It was certainly an extraordinary act, a sort of new constitution for nine years, as he had heard it felicitously called.

The words seemed to apply so felicitously that Cornelia tried to think it a good omen sent from heaven.

BressantJulian Hawthorne

And again, "That new idea is truest which performs most felicitously its function of satisfying our double urgency" (p. 64).

Naturally the meetings concluded with a vote of thanks to the Chair, to which I replied (they tell me) felicitously.

Please thank her from me, if not for sending it, at least for so felicitously sitting for it.

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