Noun(1) a person who suffers misfortune
Adjective(1) not favored by fortune; marked or accompanied by or resulting in ill fortune(2) not auspicious; boding ill(3) unsuitable or regrettable
(1) I shall remember that, should I be unfortunate enough to get shot down but fortunate not to get killed in the process.(2) Lindsay had the unfortunate chance of meeting Izzy last year when she dropped off her Christmas present and Izzy had answered the door.(3) This approach has put their opponents at an unfortunate disadvantage; for, again, no one wants to go to a drama and be presented with dry facts.(4) You may even have been unfortunate enough to have had your name or email address stolen and put in the ├ö├ç├┐from├ö├ç├û field to make their emails look legitimate.(5) This is an unfortunate misrepresentation of my remarks, and misleads readers about the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.(6) And that's terribly unfortunate , and we have to solve this problem.(7) And it's not as the Mexican government presented it as an unfortunate remark.(8) Muslim organisations have risen to the occasion in times of adversity to help their unfortunate brethren.(9) The Tories have rushed to distance themselves from these rather unfortunate remarks.(10) This is unfortunate , though not terribly surprising.(11) It is driven, as much as anything, by the terrible intrusion on the privacy of and damage caused to Princess Diana some years ago by some very inappropriate and unfortunate photographs.(12) I recognise that the legal action we took in September in order to formalise our agreement with Tracy created an unfortunate and regrettable public dispute.(13) The fact that he turns them against the people of his own country is an unfortunate by-product which must be borne in silence.(14) The unfortunate disadvantage is that you then have to cycle 17.5 miles home on a very full stomach.(15) The Namibian Government has instituted investigations regarding the shooting by their officer and has expressed regret over this unfortunate incident.(16) Ask them for a European Accident Statement - you can use this if you are unfortunate enough to have an accident to record all the details you will need to make a claim.
(1) be unfortunate :: 不幸なこと
1. unlucky ::
2. adverse ::
3. regrettable ::
4. inauspicious ::
5. unfortunate person ::
1. fortunate ::
2. happy ::
3. lucky ::
Different Formsunfortunate, unfortunately, unfortunates
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