fortuitously fortuitously


  • (adv) by good fortune



  1. The Santa Cruz Surfing Club Preservation Society, which was officially and fortuitously incorporated as a nonprofit in October 2008, is now soliciting contributions.
  2. Harris, fortuitously enough, is also a researcher on CBS's still-ticking Sunday-night newsmagazine.
  3. Now Abedi told Lance that Pharaon was, fortuitously it seemed, looking for an American bank to buy.


  1. 2013 U.S. Open: Luke Donald goes for a dip in Merion's Cobb's Creek

    Luke Donald, who was responsible for knocking the young female volunteer in the noggin, also went on an adventure in Merion's famed Cobb's Creek. At the par-5 fourth, Donald's ball came up shot of the green but the thick rough fortuitously kept his ball from rolling down into the water.
    on June 17, 2013     Source:

  2. Kanye West and Kim Kardashian's baby is born

    The delivery reportedly came a few weeks earlier than Kardashian’s expected due date but ended up fortuitously timed for a publicity-minded couple
    on June 16, 2013     Source: Washington Post


  1. "A lot of factors came together and we thought it was the right time and, particularly fortuitously having Senator McCain come here to Arbutus tonight, it just made a lot of sense," Ehrlich said after the fundraiser.
    on Feb 7, 2008 By: Robert L Ehrlich Jr Source: WBAL

  2. "Housing, fortuitously, is a very important issue for Massachusetts as well as nationally," Frank said. "I'm in charge of housing policy as much as anybody else in Congress."
    on Dec 3, 2006 By: Barney Frank Source: Boston Globe (registration)

  3. Buckley said: "It was a good performance. I was delighted with the first 30 minutes of the game. We passed and moved the ball really well. I thought we deserved the lead when Justin Whittle somewhat fortuitously redirected the ball into their goal....
    on Sep 24, 2007 By: Alan Buckley Source:

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