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
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  • 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
  • But like all serendipitous people, she was resilient: She took the suggestion of a theater critic to try stand-up comedy.
  • Thus began Cooper's serendipitous ascent into the more rarified air of the arts and crafts.
  • Leveraging social endorsements and an environment of serendipitous discovery, consumers meet publishers in a meaningful context.
  • Over 100 specimens of M. serendipitous exhibit part or all of the dorsal carapace, the abdomen and telson, or the thoracic sternites with some attached pereiopods.
  • Originally, Goldblatt intended to photograph the 120 points in the country where lines of latitude and longitude intersect but abandoned this idea for a more serendipitous journey into the platteland.
  • I countered this superstition with a serendipitous discovery from my own research.
  • I use the term serendipitous as it applies to my good fortune. Firehorse
  • With its metal projections and angles, wooden recesses and thin walls it has a serendipitous quality.
  • Walter serendipitously stumbled into the trove of Josiah Freeman's glass plate studio photographs at a tag sale on Nantucket. Bernard Starr: Stop Kvetching. Self-Publishing Is Here To Stay -- And Vaulting Ahead
  • And this was totally serendipitous, unexpected, it just came out as we started writing this material up about a year ago.
  • In fact, it would be easy for such a death to be staged, if it did not happen serendipitously. Times, Sunday Times
  • I rather serendipitously chanced onto a career with the National Park Service in 1971 at the Fort Laramie National Historic Site.
  • Formerly independent inventors had less say in what they would investigate and less room to follow their serendipitous discoveries.
  • Her career was a collection of serendipitous and fortuitous events that entice one to believe she was fated to succeed.
  • The third volume of John Julius Norwich's Christmas Crackers, Still More Christmas Crackers: 1990-1999 is as serendipitous a gallimaufry as its predecessors.
  • Hung on the wall in a grid, the paintings resemble a starry night sky - the gorgeous and serendipitous result of a very mechanical process.
  • In an almost unheard of but definitely serendipitous event, the creative team has been reassembled.
  • Reading should be an adventure, a personal experience full of serendipitous surprises.
  • The intimacy and humanity of these serendipitously encountered green areas in what will again become a densely populated place is one of the great pleasures of this plan.
  • Slow shutter speed, high contrast and serendipitous symmetry made the risk well worth it.
  • That is a coincidence, but I wouldnt exactly call it serendipitous. Anything But Typical
  • It's kinda something that just serendipitously happens.
  • Martin's investigation of this mystery, while still in New York, coincided serendipitously with his overcooking of a pot of rice.
  • As I was working my way through this novel, a serendipitous but calamitous event occurred: strangles an equine disease also known as distemper infected a stable run by a good friend of mine. Firehorse
  • This 19th-century sawmill, built by Swiss immigrant John Sutter to mill lumber for American homesteaders, became the serendipitous point of origin for the California Gold Rush when a chunk of gold was discovered in its tailrace.
  • In researching where the term interdependence has surfaced outside of Buddhist thought, I came across Whole Foods 'mission statement on their website, which, serendipitously, is also called a "Declaration of Interdependence. Ethan Nichtern: Whole Foods CEO John Mackey's Utterly Disappointing Worldview
  • In a serendipitous coincidence, the Arts Council's new plan included a focus on criticism as an art form.
  • Becoming unstuck is most often accomplished through the serendipitous discovery and acquisition of another label.
  • Full disclosure dictates that I reveal that I too was contacted by them last year; however in a moment of what I can only describe as serendipitous procrastination or distraction-whichever-I let the email sit there for a good while. Mexico Medical Student
  • Others might be found serendipitously during a hysterectomy or oophorectomy (removal of the ovaries) for other reasons.
  • So why is it that some people seem to live charmed lives, full of lucky breaks and serendipitous chance encounters, while others experience one disaster after another?
  • Catching the killer or finding out his identity has been frequently termed serendipitous: some streak of luck suddenly entered the investigations. The Riverman
  • How serendipitous is that, since I am both a blogophile and a logophile? Allan Jenkins' Desirable Roasted Coffee
  • Serendipitously, on the way to the meeting, the architects found themselves in the same lift as the mayor. Times, Sunday Times
  • And in a serendipitous twist of fate, he is now in a position to offer my band discounted studio time at a local recording studio.
  • Sometimes success is as much accidental or serendipitous as planned.
  • Strategic networking prepares us for serendipitous moments.

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