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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfelicitousfe‧li‧ci‧tous /fɪˈlɪsɪtəs/ adjective formal or literary  SUITABLEwell-chosen and suitable opp infelicitous a felicitous choice of candidate
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felicitousNot a term I would use myself, since I do not find it particularly felicitous.This wide disposition yielded felicitous effects of colour and tone which always fell pleasingly on the ear.On reflection the chess metaphor is not a felicitous one.Overnight, it seems, my felicitous situation ended just as quickly.Lincoln's felicitous words about government
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