[1913 Webster +PJC]
A wise man will make more opportunities than he finds.Bacon.
2. Convenience of situation; fitness.
Hull, a town of great strength and opportunity, both to sea and land affairs.Milton.
3. Importunity; earnestness.
Syn. -- Occasion; convenience; occurrence. -- Opportunity, Occasion. An occasion is that which falls in our way, or presents itself in the course of events; an opportunity is a convenience or fitness of time, place, etc., for the doing of a thing. Hence, occasions often make opportunities. The occasion of sickness may give opportunity for reflection.
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