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Particularly: “from Serendip in some way”


serendipitous (comparative more serendipitous, superlative most serendipitous)

  1. By serendipity; by unexpected good fortune.
  2. Good, beneficial, favorable, etc..
    The weather was serendipitous for our vacation.


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