Sentence example with the word 'fortuitous'

fortuitous

accessory, adventitious, auxiliary, chancy, destinal, fatidic, indeterminate, risky, superfluous, uncaused, unforeseeable

Definition adj. having no cause or apparent cause

Last update: April 13, 2016

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There is no connection between these two events; their timing is entirely fortuitous.   [adjective]

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Mark proved to be fortuitous by selecting all six winning lotto numbers.   [adjective]

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It was a fortuitous coincidence that led the couple to meet at a football game twenty years ago.   [Please select]

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In pure leasehold the landlord demands at least six months rent as guarantee, and the forfeiture of any fortuitous advantages.   [Please select]

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There has seemed to be a concurrence in it not purely fortuitous.   [Please select]

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Given motion and sufficient time, these might by fortuitous concourse make all possible combinations.   [Please select]

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A quite fortuitous circumstance enabled me to go much farther.   [Please select]

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Take, for example, the peculiarly fortuitous circumstances under which he entered the Scribner publishing house.   [Please select]

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They are fortuitous helpers; they are never called in.   [Please select]

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It was long before this fortuitous classification was felt not to be sufficiently precise.   [Please select]

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