Opportunity – Synonyms

23.03.23 Synonyms Time to read: 1min

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In general, the word “opportunity” is a situation or occasion in which it is possible for you to do something that you want or have to do. It describes favorable circumstances.

Another word for “opportunity” is chance. However, more synonyms will be listed in this article.

“Opportunity” – General synonyms

The following illustrates other words for “opportunity” that may be used in everyday conversation as well as in academic writing.

Synonyms of the word “opportunity” in the sense of favorable circumstances are:

  • Break
  • Chance
  • Connection
  • Contingency
  • Convenience
  • Cut
  • Event
  • Excuse
  • Fitness
  • Fortuity
  • Freedom
  • Happening
  • Home
  • Hour
  • Juncture
  • Leisure
  • Liberty
  • Moment
  • Occasion
  • Opening
  • Pass
  • Play
  • Prayer
  • Probability
  • Relief
  • Scope
  • Shot
  • Show
  • Space
  • Spell
  • Time
  • Turn
  • Way
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“Opportunity” – Synonyms used in academic writing

In an academic context, the word “opportunity” is used to describe an appropriate or favorable time, occasion, and place. The noun indicates the favorable circumstances of the situation. Synonyms for “opportunity” used in academic writing will be shown below.

Are you looking for suitable synonyms for “opportunity” for your academic paper? Have a look at the table below with the top suggestions from our BachelorPrint-Team.

“Opportunity” Synonyms Examples
Chance Marketing specialists advise companies to capitalize on the opportunity of…
Marketing specialists advise companies to capitalize on the chance of…
Convenience The protagonist experiences opportunity in the prevailing conditions.
The protagonist experiences convenience in the prevailing conditions.
Event Progress was driven by the following opportunity: …
Progress was driven by the following event: …
Occasion The opportunity prompted the committee…
The occasion prompted the commitee…

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