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fortunate

(Accomplished), adjective booming, doing quite well, flourishing, fortuitous, halcyon, happy, moneyed, of adequate means, on top of the world, successful, thriving, triumphant, wealthy, well-off

fortunate

(Opportune), adjective advantageous, encouraging, favorable, fortuitous, hopeful, just in time, lucky, of promise, optimistic, perfect timing, prevailing, promising, propitious, providential, timely, triumphant, well-timed, winning
See also: auspicious, favorable, felicitous, propitious, prosperous, successful
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One can see that Fortunata features two interesting game mechanics.
VVWHAT they say Mike Murphy, trainer of La Fortunata "She came out of her race really well on Friday night.
Hoje, depois que vovo deu as outras o seu borrusques, tirou dois e deu a Sia Fortunata, mae de Bertolino.
Parto dunque da questi due casi noti, la cui fortunata accoppiata impone di riflettere seriamente sul loro progetto estetico e sulle modalita espressive di tutta una generazione di filmmakers.
In December of 1824, the pensionista Fortunata asked that the Santa Casa release her from the Recolhimento.
I wanted her to ask me to stay, just as now I want Fortunata to ask me to stay.
10) Fortunata Piselli, "Communities, Places, and Social Networks," American Behavioral Scientist 50 (2007): 867-878.
My Lords, it came to my notice that Don Valerio Borg of citta Burmola has been having scandalous relations with one Fortunata of the same city for many years, sleeping with her in his own house.
For example, they write that one of the teachers at Toole's high school was named Miss Fortunata Collins and that a local ice cream parlor he frequented was called the Spinning Wheel (36-37).
Michele and Fortunata D'Annunzio arrived in Liverpool from Atina, which is in the Comino Valley in Italy's Lazio region, with their children, Felice, Maria-Grazia and Filipo.
The story begins in 1878 when the British Empire was spreading rapidly, and Michele and Fortunata D'Annunzio came here from Atina, in the Comino Valley.
Martin and Christiansen (1995) described a new species, Chorocaris fortunata, from Lucky Strike on the MAR, but this species was later transferred to Mirocaris by Vereshchaka (1997a).