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Word of the Day 07/16/16 Felicitous

Felicitous (adjective)
felicitous [fi-lis-i-tuh s]


adjective
1. well-suited for the occasion, as an action, manner, or expression; apt; appropriate: The chairman's felicitous anecdote set everyone at ease.
2. having a special ability for suitable manner or expression, as a person.

Can be confused
fortuitous, fortunate.

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Origin: 1725-35; felicit(y) + -ous

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