Words nearby opportunism
Origin of opportunism
OTHER WORDS FROM opportunismop·por·tun·ist, noun
Examples from the Web for opportunism
Where Rand Paul led, other Republicans followed: some out of conviction, some out of opportunism, and some out of fear.
There have been some truly disgusting displays of opportunism out there.
So those seeking to turn their opportunism into actual political power should beware their own hubris.
Rather, the most memorable images are often the result of opportunism and the projection powers of one Barack Obama.
Is not this the opportunism of both a Browning and a Gladstone?Browning and His Century|Helen Archibald Clarke
They blamed his Opportunism and said that he wanted power without responsibility.A History of the Third French Republic|C. H. C. Wright
But unless they are realized in a high degree, wage settlement will continue to be a matter of force and opportunism.The Settlement of Wage Disputes|Herbert Feis
No efforts of opportunism will save them from the guillotine sche which awaits them.The Religious Persecution in France 1900-1906|Jane Milliken Napier Brodhead
Now Opportunism is essentially benevolent adventure and the doing of first-hand things.New Worlds For Old|Herbert George Wells