SERENDIPITY – Word of the Week August 22, 2016
“Serendipity has to do with luck. Luck’s what it takes. Not pluck. Not a buck.”
Definition: (noun) the fact of finding pleasant or useful things by chance.
Usage Example: It was serendipity when we found our dream house during a random drive in the country.
Etymology: 1754, coined by Horace Walpole from a story about the lucky “Three Princes of Serendip.”
Family Members: serendipitous (adj)