- From mis- + luck. (Wiktionary)
“The very same lot, also, with the like misluck, did betide the”
“The very same lot, also, with the like misluck, did betide the Emperor Gordian the younger.”
“He heard Æsop say, dryly, "Some men of Italy are fools," and might perchance have flamed again, to his misluck, but that Staupitz, breathing thickly in his ear, whispered: "Idiot, he mocks a Mantuan.”
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