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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfortuitousfor‧tu‧i‧tous /fɔːˈtjuːɪtəs $ fɔːrˈtuː-/ adjective formal  CHANCE/BY CHANCEhappening by chance, especially in a way that has a good result The meeting with Jack was fortuitous.see thesaurus at luckyfortuitously adverb
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fortuitousAfter all, the meeting with Jack was fortuitous.Social scientists take it as axiomatic that our dally lives are not entirely fortuitous.She was also helped by a fortuitous circumstance.Ironically enough, his main field experience occurred as a fortuitous consequence of the First World War.A fortuitous fire destroyed all evidence of his wrongdoing.Keeping that gig proved fortuitous for Reynolds.a fortuitous meetingNow you can debate for ever the fortuitous terms of this loan.Is this fortuitous timing or what?
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