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Could you describe what you saw from there as being what it is fortuitously?

If opportunities do not fortuitously occur, then the man of earnest purpose proceeds to make them for himself.

This sounds too fortuitously happy to be true, but it is quite within the possible.

Ah, and here was a rickety door, fortuitously equipped with a large knot-hole.

Fortuitously initiated development is a condition sine qua non of Darwinism and Weismannism.

He waved a great hand and fortuitously caught a waiter by the arm.

JafferyWilliam J. Locke

This being the case, how could "He who is above Essence" be considered as being what He is fortuitously?

It seemed to him unquestionable that fortuitously he had been permitted to look upon one of the world's really great men.

The FinancierTheodore Dreiser

His real estate venture was one of the most fortuitously unlucky things he had ever heard of.

Jennie GerhardtTheodore Dreiser

But nature could not of herself have fortuitously produced this arrangement.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.