opportunely opportunely


  • (adv) at an opportune time


  1. Jordan was charged with tax fraud at the time; then, opportunely, Grunewald's friend Charlie Oliphant declined to prosecute on the grounds that Jordan was ill.
  2. Evidence of his political maturity was that he did not stand in the way of special WPA pay raises so opportunely given in Kentucky and Oklahoma last month.
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