fortuitous

[ fawr-too-i-tuhs, -tyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF fortuitous

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Nor would the treasure ever have been found but for a most fortuitous accident.

Invention was no longer the fortuitous result of a happy chance.

This was not the proportion that there should have been if the mortality had been fortuitous.

Yet we find a few fortuitous circumstances that favored his evolution.

There are difficulties as to minute modifications, even if not fortuitous.

To what fortuitous occurrence do we not owe every pleasure and convenience of our lives.

So much for the external, fortuitous factor; its rôle is clear.

To what a fortuitous concurrence do we not owe every pleasure and convenience of our lives.

On the contrary, they are the richest, from one fortuitous circumstance.

Private property is not a fortuitous creation, but a natural growth.

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