English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "fortunate"

We won't be able to come to your party unfortunately because we have a previous engagementWe are very fortunate to be living in such a beautiful, rich country.

We won't be able to come to your party unfortunately because we have a previous engagement.

The child fell out of the apple tree, but fortunately was unharmed.

We were quite fortunate that no one was hurt in the car accident we had on our holidays.

It was just unfortunate that it rained every day during our vacation in Hawaii.

I heard my daughter scream, but fortunately it was just because she had seen a spider.

Money is a stupid measure of achievement, but unfortunately it is the only universal measure we have.

Hector Berlioz once remarked that time is a great teacher, but unfortunately it kills all its pupils.

There is a Turkish proverb which observes that too much sympathy for the unfortunate makes you unhappy.

Whenever I feel bad, I try to remember that there are millions of people less fortunate than myself.

Nick Faldo once joked, We were happily married for eight months. Unfortunately, we were married for four and a half years.

We are all very fortunate to be living in countries where we have enough to eat and our lives are not in danger.

You should feel yourself fortunate to be able to go to university and get a good education like this.

It is unfortunate that you were unable to come to the party.

We should all do our best to help less fortunate members of our society.

Find someone who feels fortunate to be here.


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