Are there any moments that were particularly strange or fortuitous, where something in your real life reminded you of the show?
That was not the only fortuitous moment John happened upon in the subway.
The marriage turned out to be a fortuitous if temporary union.
It was a fortuitous decision, because the plaza's roof happened to be crammed with several hundred refugees.
His best-loved character was “as beautiful as the fortuitous encounter on a dissecting table of a sewing machine and an umbrella.”
But inwardly she thanked her guardian-angel for the fortuitous miracle by which intervening waiters formed a screen.
On the contrary, they are the richest, from one fortuitous circumstance.
Suddenly the good lady retired to her room, with a violent and fortuitous headache.
Invention was no longer the fortuitous result of a happy chance.
It was the one fortuitous touch needed to open that inner chamber of her heart, closed, hitherto, even to her own consciousness.
1650s, from Latin fortuitus "happening by chance, casual, accidental," from forte "by chance," ablative of fors "chance" (related to fortuna; see fortune). It means "accidental, undesigned" not "fortunate." Earlier in this sense was fortuit (late 14c.), from French. Related: Fortuitously; fortuitousness.