[ser-uh n-dip-i-tuh s]
- come upon or found by accident; fortuitous: serendipitous scientific discoveries.
- of, relating to, or suggesting serendipity.
- good; beneficial; favorable: serendipitous weather for our vacation.
Origin of serendipitous
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Examples from the Web for serendipitously
Serendipitously, a stranger approached Guy and asked him if he knew how to play the guitar strapped across his back.‘When I Left Home’: The Life of Buddy Guy
June 7, 2012
Then, serendipitously, a note from one of Edwards' richest donors arrived offering help.Edwards Staffer Andrew Young Offers Shocking Testimony About His Boss
April 25, 2012
Word Origin and History for serendipitously
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