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It all rested on the fortuity of her getting five minutes alone with him.
THE HIGHGRADERWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
His succession to the throne was rather a fortuity than the result of hereditary claim.
But such a chance, such an absolute and actual fortuity, is a chimera which never occurs in nature.
THEODICYG. W. LEIBNIZ
In the Bible there is no fortuity: a great secret was hidden here.
Let us change the situation then, but let us change it thoroughly, and so that its fortuity becomes powerless, and a law!
If by some immense fortuity there came a day when they were not sprinkled with innocent blood the poor souls s'ennuyaient.
By some odd fortuity, a phonograph broke into wheezy song as the wayfarers swung down the street.
The permanency and durability of books is largely a matter of relativity and fortuity.
THE REIGN OF THE MANUSCRIPTPERRY WAYLAND SINKS
To be sure we accept a divine arbitrament, but by no means a natural fortuity.
He is the favourite poet of the country by a happy fortuity rather than by the merit of special native inspiration.
AUSTRALIAN WRITERSDESMOND BYRNE

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