Definition of serendipitous in English:

serendipitous

Line breaks: ser¦en|dip¦it|ous
Pronunciation: /ˌsɛr(ə)nˈdɪpɪtəs
 
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adjective

Derivatives

serendipitously

adverb
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  • It turned out that my first day in the USA, entirely serendipitously, had coincided with the weekend that the 1968 Democratic National Convention was getting under way.
  • Martin's investigation of this mystery, while still in New York, coincided serendipitously with his overcooking of a pot of rice.
  • But serendipitously, one of the helpers that had been assisting one of the suspects was caught on one of our closed circuit television cameras that the museum had installed, and he was found to be carrying a bucket.

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