serendipitous

[ UK /sˌɛɹɪndˈɪpɪtəs/ ]
[ US /ˌsɛɹənˈdɪpɪtəs/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. lucky in making unexpected and fortunate discoveries
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How To Use serendipitous In A Sentence

  • With its metal projections and angles, wooden recesses and thin walls it has a serendipitous quality.
  • Then, serendipitously, a chance at redemption. Globe and Mail
  • But serendipitously, one of the helpers that had been assisting one of the suspects was caught on one of our closed circuit television cameras that the museum had installed, and he was found to be carrying a bucket.
  • But just maybe what has happened to the one-day cricket team has now serendipitously happened to the football side. Times, Sunday Times
  • I bit my lip as a whisper started in my head, suggesting that such a serendipitous phone call could only mean that things were looking up. THE MANANA MAN
  • The bakery serendipitously encountered on the road from Sebastopol to Bodega Bay with a wood oven, a cadre of jolly dyke bakers, and the most amazing fougasse California Dreaming No More
  • It turned out that my first day in the USA, entirely serendipitously, had coincided with the weekend that the 1968 Democratic National Convention was getting under way.
  • Whether the lore of the sandwich is fact or fiction, there's no denying that even the most serendipitous invention can have big repercussions.
  • There is nothing like the loquacious mayhem of a summer picnic with close friends to bring out the very best in serendipitous, anarchic explorations of wine, food and opinions. LENNDEVOURS:
  • Serendipitously, the duke was able to make this delivery. Times, Sunday Times
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