fortuitously[ fawr-too-i-tuhs, -tyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF fortuitously
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORTUITOUSLY
Could you describe what you saw from there as being what it is fortuitously?
But nature could not of herself have fortuitously produced this arrangement.
He waved a great hand and fortuitously caught a waiter by the arm.
The house is now divided into tenements; and, fortuitously, one of its rooms is used as a school for young children.
Not fortuitously, but by some mysterious necessity, does one vision follow another.
The names of a subaltern and an airman, fortuitously selected, will live as live those of Herv Riel and Pheidipiddes.
It seemed to him unquestionable that fortuitously he had been permitted to look upon one of the world's really great men.
Things had changed considerably for him since the days when he had been fortuitously and almost indifferently made city treasurer.
Nature had given the young planter a handsome presence; wealth and position had come to him as fortuitously.
This being the case, how could "He who is above Essence" be considered as being what He is fortuitously?