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opportune

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishopportuneop‧por‧tune /ˈɒpətjuːn $ ˌɑːpərˈtuːn/ adjective formal  1 an opportune moment/time2 TIME/RIGHT OR WRONG TIMEdone at a very suitable time opp inopportune an opportune remark The law reforms were opportune and important.opportunely adverb
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opportuneIt makes it all the more opportune.The publication of this Guide to Exporting is indeed opportune.her opportune arrivalThe timing was opportune because Ned was able to take a year out from his university course.Most opportune investments in other states have been done.Meanwhile, he would take up the matter with Archbishop Perier at an opportune time.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.
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