- n. Plural form of unfortunate.
“But helping these poor prog unfortunates is truly a valuable public service – but can you imagine how miserable they must be with that much jealousy and envy in their hearts???”
“We are continuously lied to about the numbers and costs for these unfortunates, that is a massive strain on Americans economy and the taxpayer who foots the bill.”
“In mind she recalled the titled unfortunates who had”
“Poetry is your designed high for those "unfortunates" who lack a rich supply of words.”
“And the chief reason is that these "unfortunates," as they are called, get into the habit of being carried when they should walk on their own feet.”
“Prostitution thrives, nevertheless; but numbers do not discourage the moralist, and when he reads in the newspapers of degraded females, "unfortunates," he breathes a sigh; and if these reports contain descriptions of miserable circumstance and human grief, he mutters "how very sad!”
“Chinese town we see a far less number of "unfortunates" than among our own highly civilised communities.”
“Two physicians of Irkutsk were 'unfortunates' from”
“The inhalation of the dust of the grind-stone and the steel is so pernicious to their health, that they rarely average the age of thirty-five; yet these "unfortunates" are said to be opposed to the use of the dust flue, regarding with jealousy whatever increases longevity, since life is full only of sorrow and evil to them.”
“Yes! look at these "unfortunates" first entering the appalling darkness of a coal mine at the tender age of nine, and then and there commencing their long and endless apprenticeship of misery.”
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