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adjective: 1. Well suited. 2. Pleasing.
From Latin felix (happy). Earliest documented use: 1641.
"As good actors age -- perhaps a more felicitous word would be mature -- they learn how to do more with less."
Charles Isherwood; A Literary Life Can Turn Lonely When the Cheering Stops; The New York Times; Apr 29, 2010.
See more usage examples of felicitous in Vocabulary.com's dictionary.
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