use fortuitous in a sentence.
This is fortuitous, because just this week I started realizing there are Two Things about AI:1.
PostgreSQL couldn't have matured to the point it is at such a more fortuitous time.
We're not officially engaged yet, but suffice it to say that, if October were to set another record this year, that would be fortuitously timed.
Quite fortuitously, there was an article Friday in BusinessWeek on the subject:
It's not just in response to Apple, the timing is just fortuitous, O'Reilly's Tools of Change ( a publishing industry conference ) is on in New York this week and it was probably timed to coincide with that event.
It's another example of shortsightedness by the USG,but fortuitous in this case.
How fortuitous that you would post such a comment while this discussion is on the front page: I suggest you peruse it.
Basic science moves forward slowly limited by the pace of fortuitous discoveries.
It's pretty fortuitous that so many folks in Russia have dashboard cams.
Sorry to be obnoxious, but this use of fortuitously as an all-purpose synonym for fortunately or happily or thankfully really gets on my nerves.
The specific trick he is doing is an interaction between Rails and the API I wrote, which is fortuitous but not planned.
For no good reason -This post reminds me of John Carpenter's They Live, and that maybe what we really need to take care of SOPA is Rowdy Roddy Piper - whose website is, fortuitously, not blacked out today.