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an opportune moment/time

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishan opportune moment/timean opportune moment/time formalTIME/RIGHT OR WRONG TIMEa time that is suitable for doing something 🔊 I waited, hoping for an opportune moment to discuss the possibility of a raise. opportune
Examples from the Corpus
an opportune moment/timeHis work - and his mission - comes at an opportune time.Meanwhile, he would take up the matter with Archbishop Perier at an opportune time.Porter bought Goat Island and Preserved it at an opportune moment.The announcement Tuesday may have come at an opportune time.To her now he was just a young fellow who happened to be in the house at an opportune time.This seemed like an opportune moment to ask the government to mount a tree-planting program.I waited, hoping for an opportune moment to discuss the possibility of my earning a little money.For those who are waiting for the most opportune time to invest in a home, this is an excellent time to do that.Would this be an opportune time to suggest a move to help reduce the fragmentation of the industry?
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