Adventitious in a sentence as an adjective

Success like Buffet's is so adventitious, you can't make much of counter-factuals like that.

Or even just computer modeling to find new and adventitious shapes.

DNA databases are getting sufficiently large that adventitious matches are much more common than you might think [2].

His lifestyle is just a slightly more adventitious version of one I saw dozens fo times: entering your dormroom 2 times a semester because you're really living in your girlfrined's dormroom.

So, as a job title, I'd say it sounds pretentious and a bit out of touch, like someone who right clicked on the word "engineer" and espoused an adventitious synonym in order to have the earmarks of sagacity.

Other animals and reptiles living today existed in the same period, and they had larger brains, so I thought the dinosaur brains were small by design, why?i think because being big was adventitious, and being egg layers, only so much air can travel through a membrane.

Adventitious definitions


associated by chance and not an integral part; "poetry is something to which words are the accidental, not by any means the essential form"- Frederick W. Robertson; "they had to decide whether his misconduct was adventitious or the result of a flaw in his character"