felicitously : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • r  in a felicitous manner
    a not felicitously chosen word

  • But the news had just the opposite effect on the felicitously named scientist Richard Seed, who declared that he was going to produce "half a dozen .
  • In the process, he became one of the first American examples of the artist as celebrity, wielding what Harold Rosenberg felicitously called "the shady lyricism of the Sunday .
  • After 70 years of running the country, Mexico's felicitously-named Institutional Revolutionary Party is taking the revolutionary step of risking its hold on government by holding .
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  • Review: 'In the Heights' gets toes tapping at Casa 0101
    “In the Heights” is currently irradiating Casa 0101, where it fits as felicitously as cinnamon in café con leche . This galvanic chamber edition of the 2008 Tony winner about the denizens of a Washington Heights barrio has enough heartfelt energy to alleviate a citywide power outage.        
    Dec. 3, 2013 - Los Angeles Times

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