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opportūnus (opor-) adj. with comp. and sup.

ob+2 PAR-, fit, meet, adapted, convenient, suitable, seasonable, opportune: tempus actionis: tempore opportunissimo, in the nick of time, Cs.: urbs opportunior ad res gerundas: nidis domus volucrum, V.: suā pōpulus umbrā, O.: nihil opportunius accidere vidi: Romanus opportunus huic eruptioni fuit, liable, L.: necubi hosti opportunus fieret, exposed, S.: iniuriae, S.: loca, exposed to attack, L.Plur n. as subst, exposed parts, accessible places: moenium, L.: locorum, Ta.Advantageous, serviceable, useful: res singulae rebus singulis nulla opportunior nostrā amicitia, S.

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