fortuitousness


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Synonyms for fortuitousness

the quality shared by random, unintended, or unpredictable events or this quality regarded as the cause of such events

Words related to fortuitousness

the quality of happening accidentally and by lucky chance

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17) Although such experiences are associated with a large degree of chance, a number of determinants exist that are likely to influence the chance encounter and affect the degree of fortuitousness or non-fortuitousness.
There was an element of fortuitousness about Thatcher's political experiment.
The newly described, distant galaxy will likely be a prime target given the fortuitousness of it being so strongly gravitationally lensed.
1999a 'Brunei Malay Segmental Phonology: An Example of Fortuitousness of Language Structure.
A lot of it has to do with Dover's fortuitousness of location.
There is a piece of irony, or perhaps fortuitousness, in the timing: rival presidential candidates like Michele Bachmann, along with a wave of Tea Party Congressional freshman, have risen to power by espousing a version of the small-government libertarianism that has long been Paul's trademark.
As we shall see, coincidence or "random clustering" does have a meaning--one that concerns neither of the two alternatives already suggested: sheer fortuitousness or fateful predetermination.
The incident occupies only a few pages in Persuasion, and yet how much depends on it: not just the matching of this subsidiary pair of lovers, but a subtle demonstration of the fortuitousness of all engagements, the vivid illustration of the characters on every side of the debate, Anne's enlightenment on Wentworth's lasting resentment, and a full canvassing of the issue of "persuasion.
Finally, he notes the rhythm of the place, the circulation of food and the fortuitousness of the movement; he notes the creation of community and connection in the eating-house.