opportunely[ op-er-toon, -tyoon ]SEE DEFINITION OF opportunely
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And whose death comes so opportunely for thy rise, Don Alvar?
The finance of the country is "opportunely" a little improved.
As she took it she said, with a smile, "I am very glad to have met you so opportunely."
What you would have done with them had I not opportunely arrived, I cannot pretend to say.
It was the rifle of Mahoghany Drake that had spoken so opportunely.
“May God bless you, Biarne, for coming so opportunely,” said Karlsefin.
That purse of gold came most opportunely—to maintain certain persons.
"I have chanced to arrive most opportunely for myself," said Anne.
You come to me as opportunely, as if you had dropped from the skies.
Come; you can second my efforts; Heaven has brought you here most opportunely.