- un- + fortunate + -ly (Wiktionary)
“The term unfortunately has been hijacked by those enamored with the so called trendier parts of Eastern religions and new age movements.”
“The title unfortunately evokes its predecessor, a 1978 "Star Wars" clone that presented humanity fleeing through space, pursued by robots with the same blinking red LEDs that was later adopted by the talking car in “Knight Rider.””
“I don't even know the title unfortunately and since I can't find any mention of it anywhere on the net I fear it may have been an unauthorized bio.”
“They make up (a term unfortunately suggestive of transformation) hundreds of beds; they have equipages and 'night chamberlains;' '_On y parle français_;' '_Man spricht Deutsch_.”
“Public transit, unfortunately, is not a viable option for a large swath of Americans (though there are some who refuse to consider it, even if it is a good option).”
“Difficult in this practical time to find a sincere husband like Wally & a lover wife like Fae, they are a romantic couple disappeared unfortunately from the youth generation, except few young people.”
“This, unfortunately, is a human condition we are now finally becoming keenly “aware” of.”
“The problem, unfortunately, is that especially for the gringo community, information resources are extremely limited.”
“That's sort of the unspoken rule: literature Moby Dick, The Lord of the Flies can be almost entirely populated by male characters, but if a book has mostly female characters, it becomes 'women's fiction;' which for some people, unfortunately, is synonymous with 'chick-lit.”
“The real foil, unfortunately, is the audience -- which will find itself in the not-unfamiliar situation of watching a comedy whose best jokes have been given away in the commercials and trailers for the film.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘unfortunately’.
Very basic words for ESL students.
Words I really really enjoy saying/listening.
Looking for tweets for unfortunately.