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Sentence count:51+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-01-09Updated:2020-07-24
Antonym: intentionalSimilar words: fortuitouslycircuitousubiquitousiniquitoussolicitoustorturousduplicitousstick it outMeaning: [fɔː'tuːɪtəs /fɔː'tju-]  adj. 1. having no cause or apparent cause 2. occurring by happy chance. 
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1. The timing of the meeting is certainly fortuitous.
2. A series of fortuitous circumstances advanced her career.
3. His success depended on a fortuitous combination of circumstances.
4. The meeting with Jack was fortuitous.
5. The collapse of its rivals brought fortuitous gains to the company.
6. Their success is the result of a fortuitous combination of circumstances.
7. Keeping that gig proved fortuitous for Reynolds.
8. The instances of effective crack-stoppers in minerals are fortuitous.
9. Is this fortuitous timing or what?
10. A fortuitous fire destroyed all evidence of his wrongdoing.
11. After all, the meeting with Jack was fortuitous.
12. She was also helped by a fortuitous circumstance.
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13. It is perhaps not fortuitous that Stein made the enormous effort to revive the publication when he did.
14. Now you can debate for ever the fortuitous terms of this loan.
15. The allusion to clouds is anything but fortuitous, emphasizing as it does the link between the sound of drums and thunder.
16. Four victims so far and three fortuitous, but he's probably been on the prowl for three years or more.
17. This fortuitous cooperation of lightning flashes and motor car exhausts was producing results in fairly populated areas at night.
18. A series of fortuitous advanced his career.
19. Her years with MMC would turn out to be fortuitous for Britney.
20. In the first instance, he was saved by the fortuitous destruction of his papers in an Allied bombing raid.
21. The quatrains follow the progress of a child from his fortuitous birth to his first conscious communication with others.
22. My arrival and my anticipated help with the paperwork have been fortuitous.
23. In the first place, the fact that his value system was centred upon the principle of autocracy was hardly fortuitous.
24. Ironically enough, his main field experience occurred as a fortuitous consequence of the First World War.
25. The second way makes the emergence of syntactic combinations seem much less fortuitous.
26. The trenchant symbolism of his pictures is essentially alien to the Dada conception of randomness and fortuitous juxtaposition.
27. The sharp difference in impact on work experience between the two applications was an entirely fortuitous outcome.
28. Social scientists take it as axiomatic that our dally lives are not entirely fortuitous.
29. For a certain period Mr Sammler lad resisted such physical impressions-being wooed almost comically by momentary and fortuitous sweetness.
30. All these parts interrelate, and it is implausible in the extreme to suppose that their interrelation is fortuitous.
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