Opportune in a sentence as an adjective

Was it damn handy to have the right skill at an opportune time?

The cynic in me says that this has been waiting to be published at an opportune time.

I've read the books of Clarke and Tenet, and according to them yes, it was just opportune.

It just needs the political opportune climate to push it through.

They are doing this by finding out the conditions and pointing them out at an opportune moment in time.

You folks in Europe are just reasserting that we in the US have the more opportune climate for startups.

That just gives me the willies.---On another note, this may come at a very opportune time when the Obama 2012 is kicking into gear.

It can be good because the photographer waited-for and/or was present for an opportune confluence of elements such as weather, tide, etc.

Might be an opportune time to break into the market and displace some spiritual advisors with a little technology too.

Apple grew because they made products people wanted at opportune times, executing brilliantly.

That program was the most reliable thing I've ever seen, eventually every inopportune moment it could have died had been found and the code knew what to do.

I think this was published at a very opportune time as people begin to read more about the similarities between the wealth structure of the early 20th century and today.

I will attempt to translate Jeff's short message:In light of recent events, this is not an opportune time for recruiting and so the feds will not be attending the conference in their usual numbers.

It's entirely plausible that Arafat could have been murdered...but considering that he was a thorn in Israel's side for around 40 years, you're in no position to talk about him dying at an opportune time.

For example, in this case we have a comment that states, "Dangerous political prisoners/personalities dying in mysterious circumstances at opportune times is not coincidence.

Opportune definitions


suitable or at a time that is suitable or advantageous especially for a particular purpose; "an opportune place to make camp"; "an opportune arrival"