serendipitous

[ser-uhn-dip-i-tuhs]
adjective
1.
come upon or found by accident; fortuitous: serendipitous scientific discoveries.
2.
of, pertaining to, or suggesting serendipity.
3.
good; beneficial; favorable: serendipitous weather for our vacation.

Origin:
1940–45; serendipit(y) + -ous

serendipitously, adverb
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Example sentences
Levine began working on the heat-sensing lie detector quite serendipitously.
Her role as bat medic arose serendipitously after she found an injured bat near
  the bridge.
Users should serendipitously get what they want, when they want it and how they
  want it.
First, perhaps serendipitously, higher public spending is already on the way.
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