fortuitously

All Adverb
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  • It was later learned that all of them had fortuitously taken other trains that night.
  • And if he did meet her, thus fortuitously -- what would happen then? Cited from The Market-Place by Harold Frederic
  • This sounds too fortuitously happy to be true, but it is quite within the possible. Cited from A Woman's Impression of the Philippines, by Mary Helen Fee
  • This appointment fortuitously provided him easy access to the ruler's personal library.
  • Fortuitously, Pitt served all his time in parliament as a member of the majority party.
  • While he was in Peru, forced by circumstances and somewhat fortuitously, he made his professional debut as a singer.
  • Though she does fortuitously cross paths with the prince, she is not aware of his identity for much of the film.
  • Fortuitously, or by design, the main British fleet did not make contact with the Japanese and thus remained available for future action.
  • One thing led to another; and the acquaintance thus fortuitously begun in a railway carriage was continued in London. Cited from The Magnificent Montez, by Horace Wyndham
  • However quick action allowed the work to be completed, when a drought fortuitously occurred, closing the canal.
  • This early antagonism led fortuitously to a musical collaboration lasting more than two decades.
  • Nature had given the young planter a handsome presence; wealth and position had come to him as fortuitously. Cited from The Prodigal Judge, by Vaughan Kester
  • Most fortuitously this work has recently also been acquired by the MAM, to join its forerunner.
  • They then find that they have fortuitously drifted to their destination.
  • The house is now divided into tenements; and, fortuitously, one of its rooms is used as a school for young children. Cited from The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, & Instruction, Vol. 17, No. 487
  • Hence it is plain that not fortuitously, but designedly, do they achieve their end. Cited from Summa Theologica, Part I (Prima Pars), by Thomas Aquinas
  • They lose the appeal but fortuitously, an anonymous man gives the judge new evidence that allows him to stay the execution.
  • This particular camera, however, was fortuitously positioned to offer a perfect view of the block.
  • Fortuitously for him, he had already fled abroad into exile directly after Radcot Bridge.
  • Fortuitously, that operation was not needed when Japan surrendered in August.
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