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  • fortuitously — index unknowingly Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • fortuitously — fortuitous, fortuitously 1. The OED and all reputable dictionaries show fortuitous to be a word with only one meaning, ‘caused by chance, accidental’. Addison wrote in the Spectator in 1712 that the highest Degree of [wisdom] which Man can… …   Modern English usage

  • fortuitously — fortuitous ► ADJECTIVE 1) happening by chance rather than design. 2) happening by a lucky chance; fortunate. DERIVATIVES fortuitously adverb fortuitousness noun fortuity noun (pl. fortuities) . ORIGIN Latin fortuitus, from forte …   English terms dictionary

  • Fortuitously — Fortuitous For*tu i*tous, a. [L. fortuitus; akin to forte, adv., by chance, prop. abl. of fors, fortis, chance. See {Fortune}.] 1. Happening by chance; coming or occuring unexpectedly, or without any known cause; chance; as, the fortuitous… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • fortuitously — adverb see fortuitous …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • fortuitously — adverb In a fortuitous manner …   Wiktionary

  • fortuitously — adv. accidentally; by chance …   English contemporary dictionary

  • fortuitously — for·tu·i·tous·ly …   English syllables

  • fortuitously — See: fortuitous …   English dictionary

  • fortuitously — adverb by good fortune fortunately the weather was good • Syn: ↑fortunately, ↑luckily, ↑as luck would have it • Ant: ↑unluckily (for: ↑luckily), ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

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