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Definition of "opportunely" []

  • Occurring at a time that is suitable or advantageous (adjective)
  • Fit or suitable for a particular purpose or occurrence (adjective)
  • In a manner suitable for some particular purpose. (adverb)

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  • In a manner convenient or advantageous at some particular time. (adverb)

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Use "opportunely" in a sentence
  • "When their ingenuity and industry failed them, the power of Christ came in opportunely for their relief; for he would take care that those who had left all for him should not want any good thing."
  • "His mother was charmed that he should do so; and, as he was debating about the conveyance in which he should start for Baymouth, Captain Strong called opportunely, said he was going himself, and that he would put his horse, The Butcher Boy, into the gig, and drive Pen over."
  • "Captain Strong called opportunely, said he was going himself, and that he would put his horse, The Butcher Boy, into the gig, and drive Pen over."
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