Ever the shape-shifter and opportunist, he ended his career as a high official in the very empire he had once helped defeat.
More often, the line between angel and opportunist is blurred.
Kardashian, ever the opportunist, no doubt surveyed the gluteus landscape and wanted in on the cultural “conversation.”
Seizing every opportunity as it arose, he was the type of what is to-day called in France an opportunist.
He was an opportunist, and now, he fondly imagined, was his opportunity.
We won't admit he's just a latter-day tyrant, an opportunist seizing power because it's there crying to be seized.
In philosophy she was a Platonist, in politics an opportunist.
She was strong enough in body and mind, but very uncertain philosophically and morally—a dreamer and opportunist.
Yet he is a materialist, an opportunist, and mainly trusts to brute force.
That astute Italian diplomat was himself temperamentally an opportunist.