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Origin of felicitous
Examples from the Web for felicitous
What a felicitous choice of words: was it a coincidence that the Democratic opponent was a woman?
Sulzberger has been, at times, less than felicitous in his explanations.
Numerous problems in statics and mechanics were solved by a felicitous audacity and with a great economy of effort.The Insect|Jules Michelet
This poem is written in the heroic metre; and the extracts given do certainly comprise some telling and felicitous lines.Adonais|Shelley
This felicitous epithet, flung out in a generous comparison with his favorite drink, "rum and gum," clung to it ever after.Flip: A California Romance|Bret Harte
The square of Pegasus is not a felicitous illustration of the way in which the boundaries of the constellations should be defined.The Story of the Heavens|Robert Stawell Ball
My ability to befriend Bunsey was due to a felicitous chain of circumstances.The Romance of an Old Fool|Roswell Field