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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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But fortunately, Canada is a world leading provider of EO/IR technology to a growing global market, and recently CDR paid a visit to L3 WESCAM'S Burlington operation, on the outskirts of Toronto, to learn more about their involvement the FWSAR program, the C295W aircraft overall, and also the story behind the ongoing success of this very innovative company's products.
Fortunately, I only had one client in, and she saw the funny side.
Fortunately the naive error was corrected before we went to press.
I'm fortunately somewhere around 800 years old, relatively.
Fortunately, no casualty was reported in the incident but the buildings were badly damaged.
Fortunately, none of the six people living in the house were injured in the incident.
HAVING read about the need for a proper Deepcut Barracks investigation, I feel that I fortunately just missed out on National Service as it was abolished shortly before the age where I could be eligible to be conscripted.
Fortunately there was a piano on the platform and the great musician is said to have given his audience a recital of Chopin pieces, unrehearsed and from memory.
Fortunately, the Senate voted 55-43 for an amendment offered by Sen.
Fortunately, Karlton has clarified Jessica's Law so it can start protecting the state's children without trampling the Constitution.
Fortunately, most sprains are Grade I or II and heal in three to six weeks.
Fortunately for him, the lady's uncle is a Roman cardinal whose fondness for snuff is equaled by his flair for matchmaking