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- adv. In a fortuitous manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Accidentally; casually; by chance.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. by good fortune
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The trespasser, quite fortuitously, is Judge Witberg.
Professor's radical ideas on happiness have caught on in business world search a few days ago, and Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi's name fortuitously popped up in the drop-down box.
A brand mostly known by fans of extreme sports, preferably of the motorized variety, BRM stands for Bernard Richards Manufacture, an acronym fortuitously and conveniently identical to that of British Racing Motors, the 1962 world champion Formula One team.
The discovery of the fraud was made 'fortuitously' when the emails were found and forwarded to police.
Dr. Conrad Murray "fortuitously" found Michael Jackson unconscious in his Los Angeles bedroom,
And then one morning, quite fortuitously, the opportunity came.
During the Clippers' visit to Cleveland two weeks ago, though, that was all but forgotten as the hatchet was fortuitously buried, the water luckily well under the bridge.
But he's the first to admit that, "I'm 10 years into being aware of my addictions and in those 10 years, my life has gotten fortuitously better and better."
Siegel grew up in Brooklyn listening to a ton of folk and country music and, fortuitously, learning to yodel.
As I spoke I groped through all my pockets until, fortuitously I found a single, coin, dredged it out and passed it over.