well-timed

[wel-tahymd]
adjective
fittingly or appropriately timed; opportune; timely: a well-timed demand for new legislation.

Origin:
1625–35

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well-timed
 
adj
happening or scheduled to happen at an appropriate or suitable time

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Example sentences
Procrastination is different from a well-timed study break: it leads to more
  stress, not less.
Podesta also understands the symbolic importance of well-timed and even-handed
  giving.
Once you've read the piece, you will know why this is such a well-timed move.
By a series of well-timed moves, they took some of the sting out of a huge
  demonstration for universal suffrage.
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