from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. Not successfully; without success.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an unsuccessful manner; without success; unfortunately.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. without success
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Facts bore out this assertion, for at daybreak on Wednesday, the 18th, Grant again unsuccessfully assaulted Lee's centre and left.
Mousavi, who claimed to have won the election, complained of widespread voter fraud, and called unsuccessfully for a new vote.
Instead, defence lawyers for Sesay - who had called unsuccessfully for the court to compel Kabbah to take the stand - presented the court with a witness statement by the former president.
It's an old one that we've used successfully and unsuccessfully, that is the Iraqi military and police take over more and more of the responsibilities.
He took his position public in 2001, calling unsuccessfully for an independent panel to review the law.
In the Dáil this week, Donegal TD Joe McHugh called unsuccessfully for the government to provide the money.
Do you honestly believe someone with real ties to Al Queda would "unsuccessfully" drive a car bomb into Times Square (a "bomb" that every expert has said was terribly put together and only "mildly" explosive)?
If we "unsuccessfully" went after Mary Cheney last year then why are you writing about it?
I travel twice a week and I'm getting tired of people bringing the kitchen sink along and smashing it into my head and shoulders as they try to lift it "unsuccessfully" into the overhead bins ...
I remember friends of mine frequenting 'unsuccessfully' the course of pharmacy technician for a 4yrs + duration (between