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I could read that opportunist's motives as easily as if he had written them down for my instruction.
THE SHAME OF MOTLEYRAPHAEL SABATINI
He regards Mr. Gladstone as having acted under compulsion, and as being an opportunist.
IRELAND AS IT ISROBERT JOHN BUCKLEY (AKA R.J.B.)
For they were the conservatives of their day: between '76 and '89 they had gone the usual way of opportunist radicals.
A PREFACE TO POLITICSWALTER LIPPMANN
Montezuma was therefore an opportunist, like Cortes, but there was a vast difference between them.
Above all, he will be no opportunist guided by the turn of events, yielding to pressure or what may appear necessity.
Nevertheless, he was not a reactionary; he was simply an opportunist.
QUEEN VICTORIALYTTON STRACHEY
He is a true Fabian—he does what he can, like the royal Roycroft opportunist that he is.
In short he was an opportunist void of conviction and indifferent to consistency.
MARSE HENRY (VOL. 2)HENRY WATTERSON
No one particularly wanted that class of books just at the moment, and the field was open to the opportunist.
THE CONFESSIONS OF A COLLECTORWILLIAM CAREW HAZLITT
In nineteen-thirteen, with half his life behind him, the opportunist was still waiting for his supreme opportunity.
THE TREE OF HEAVENMAY SINCLAIR

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