serendipity

[ US /ˌsɛɹənˈdɪpɪti/ ]
[ UK /sˌɛɹɪndˈɪpɪti/ ]
NOUN
  1. good luck in making unexpected and fortunate discoveries
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How To Use serendipity In A Sentence

  • Life has a strange serendipity. Times, Sunday Times
  • Users of this drug fall into a chemically induced serendipity—in love with everyone around them, and clawing at whomever they can reach.
  • But a moment of pure serendipity happened. Times, Sunday Times
  • The SFO is deliberately against technical virtuosity in favour of serendipity, against phallocentric guitar-heroism in favour of a detached, unphysical approach to playing.
  • Secondly, technical innovation may occur directly in the factory or workshop without any prior research expenditure and possibly as pure serendipity.
  • What is lost, some say, is the experience of serendipity and the delight in finding things that you would not naturally seek out.
  • A mixture of serendipity, personal experience and recommendation built the list of artists.
  • I can understand why audiences may balk at the symmetry of the plot and the serendipity of the cast. Times, Sunday Times
  • There must be something seriously wrong with a nation that chooses serendipity as its favourite word.
  • The arts develop because of aptitude, talent, genius, hard work and serendipity.
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