The party out of power, the GOP in this instance, just has to be opportunistic and smart.
“He is opportunistic and it is a female at the right time,” he said.
An eclectic mix of idealistic and opportunistic politicians and NGOs mobilized people against land acquisitions.
The parade of women allegedly cashing in on a relationship with Tiger begs the question: Are these ladies just opportunistic?
Instead of being principled in his differences with his party, he is opportunistic.
The opportunistic method is strong just where the systematic is weak.
We can find some opportunistic expedient, but not a solution of the problem.
In spite of the high regard in which he was held, this opportunistic proposal found little favor.
Individual liberty, hard fought for under the many signs of literacy, appears to be conformistic at best, and opportunistic.
The times were ripe for the opportunistic unionism of Gompers and the trade unionists.
opportunistic op·por·tun·is·tic (ŏp'ər-tōō-nĭs'tĭk, -tyōō-)
Of or relating to an organism capable of causing disease only in a host whose resistance is lowered.
Of or relating to a disease caused by an opportunistic organism.