[ US /ˌɑpɝˈtun/ ]
[ UK /ɒpətjˈuːn/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. suitable or at a time that is suitable or advantageous especially for a particular purpose
    an opportune arrival
    an opportune time to receive guests
    an opportune place to make camp
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How To Use opportune In A Sentence

  • The timing of our statement is very opportune.
  • He thinks it so; otherwise, He would not have revealed His Trinitarian Nature until a more 'opportune' time. Tissier de Mallerais speaks The details of the doctrinal talks
  • Journalists alarmed by the directions of both the profession and journalism education said the initiative comes at an opportune time.
  • This is an intriguing and opportune time to launch a new journal dedicated to the study of the presidents, first ladies, and White House.
  • Deputy Prime Minister Maria Teresa Fernandez de la Vega has said that relations between Britain and Spain "are those of allies and friendly nations", but she said Spain considered the visit "inopportune". Well, diddums
  • The beginning of the academic year is an opportune time to reflect on education and its role in society.
  • Not much of a stargazer, myself, as that type of "opportune" brillance can be blinding. Black Hillary Backers In South Carolina Tried To Block Obama Invite
  • These facts can, of course, be brought to one's attention by unmeant gestures or inopportune intrusions.
  • The snivel, therefore, from our mines to to jack up its delivery services is not only opportune but one which should be taken seriously.
  • This might be an opportune time to explore or return to hobbies, leisure activities or career pursuits.
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