Fortuitous

Antonyms of FORTUITOUS

Examples of usage:

  1. He sprang from an artistic family, and after three months' training at South Kensington in 1857, he began to draw on wood for " Fun" at about the same time as Mr. W. S. Gilbert- the autumn of 1861. His connection with Punch was fortuitous. "The History of "Punch"" by M. H. Spielmann
  2. Then he checked himself, realising what a mere chance it had been, after all- a fortuitous meeting in the passage- that had first aroused his suspicions, and placed between his fingers the end of the thread he now thought it so simple to follow up. "The Light of Scarthey" by Egerton Castle
  3. Tradition, as we get it through the historian of the Clapham Sect, informs us that Wilberforce wrote his " Practical View" under the roof of two of his best friends, in so fragmentary and irregular a manner, that one of them, when at length the volume lay complete on the table, professed, on the strength of this experience, to have become a convert to the opinion that a fortuitous concourse of atoms might, by some felicitous chance, combine themselves into the most perfect of forms- a moss- rose or a bird of paradise. "Methods of Authors" by Hugo Erichsen

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