Op`por*tune" (?), a. [F. opporiun, L. opportunus, lit., at or before the port; ob (see Ob-) + a derivative of portus port, harbor. See Port harbor.]

Convenient; ready; hence, seasonable; timely.


This is most opportune to our need. Shak.

-- Op`por*tune"ly, adv. -- Op`por*tune"ness, n.


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Op`por*tune", v. t.

To suit.


Dr. Clerke(1637).


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