- appropriate, favorable, or suitable: an opportune phrase for the occasion.
- occurring or coming at an appropriate time; well-timed: an opportune warning.
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Related Words for opportunelystrongly, well, profitably, timely, fortunately, plumb, appropriately, suitably, aptly, opportunely, favorably, propitiously, providentially, perfectly, precisely, flawlessly, relevantly, swimmingly, auspiciously, prosperously
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Historical Examples of opportunely
And whose death comes so opportunely for thy rise, Don Alvar?Calderon The Courtier
The finance of the country is "opportunely" a little improved.Memoirs of the Court of George IV. 1820-1830 (Vol 1)
Duke of Buckingham and Chandos
As she took it she said, with a smile, "I am very glad to have met you so opportunely."Louis XIV., Makers of History Series
John S. C. Abbott
What you would have done with them had I not opportunely arrived, I cannot pretend to say.The Young Rajah
It was the rifle of Mahoghany Drake that had spoken so opportunely.Twice Bought
- occurring at a time that is suitable or advantageous
- fit or suitable for a particular purpose or occurrence