It’s unfortunate, but true.
It was unfortunate to learn that there was that sort of hatred.
Handler also contributed to the screenplay for Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004).
Walter Thompson's office, wanting to know what office mannerisms the employees considered the most unfortunate.
All just an unfortunate misunderstanding.
Skippy is Daniel "Skippy" Juster, so nicknamed because of his unfortunate resemblance to a certain TV kangaroo.
“These are unfortunate incidents,” said Babar Atta, who is the special adviser on polio to Imran Khan, Pakistan’s prime minister.
Which is unfortunate, considering the large number of people who are now meditating in sufficient doses to cross the arising and passing away.”
Equally unfortunate was a 1955 TV musical starring Frank Sinatra (“Love and Marriage”), with Eva Marie Saint and Paul Newman as Emily and George.
These unfortunate situations or circumstances insistently call for the demonstration of sympathy, compassion, and willingness to offer some help.
, pamphleteer, poet, dramatist, and author of The Unfortunate Traveller; or, The Life of Jacke Wilton (1594), the first picaresque novel in English.
“I was only going to observe, that though such unfortunate circumstances do sometimes occur both to men and women, I cannot imagine them to be very frequent.
Emerging-market investors will treat Turkey as an unfortunate exception only for as long as emerging-market policymakers learn from its unfortunate example
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A Cruz spokeswoman told the Associated Press: "It is unfortunate that some congressional Democrats are disregarding President Biden's call for unity and are instead playing political games by filing frivolous ethics complaints against their colleagues."
“Anyone unfortunate enough to have suffered a drenching by an inconsiderate motorist splashing them when driving through a puddle would probably welcome a sizeable financial penalty for the driver,” said Pete Williams, road safety spokesman for the RAC.
That Tim Farron’s sudden realisation that his lifelong political views and lifelong religious faith are perhaps not compatible should have occurred almost at the very moment that the number in question turned out to be 12, is an unfortunate coincidence.
Critics consensus: "The final installment of Lemony Snicket's magnum opus adds new contours to its expansive cast, provides answers to some of the pernicious questions within the series' lore, and delivers a finale that is more graceful than unfortunate."
As the political wrangling continues over the pathway out of lockdown, Mr Swann has reflected on "well documented" political discussions, distractions and the use of the cross-community veto which he claimed had an "unfortunate reaction" in the fight against coronavirus.
Dismas Nkunda, the executive director of Atrocities Watch Africa, added: “The unfortunate killings could have been avoided if deliberate harmonising the relations between refugees and host communities is given priority, as there are always tensions when there is a new influx.
- a person who suffers misfortune
- unsuitable or regrettable
Example: an unfortunate choice of words
- not favored by fortune; marked or accompanied by or resulting in ill fortune
Example: an unfortunate turn of events
- not auspicious; boding ill
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