Unfortunately in a sentence

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Definition of Unfortunately

  • by bad luck

How to use unfortunately in a sentence. Unfortunately pronunciation.

Unfortunately, it was a cloudy evening, and a spattering of rain fell from time to time.
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Among them was unfortunately the larger portion of the rewritten second part of Dead Souls.
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Our father was not at home (he, father, most unfortunately, was not a religious person); and when our mother asked him to come, telling him how ill I was, he would not believe it, and preferred to remain with his friends.
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Unfortunately the darkness was too far advanced for the soldiers to see in what direction to march; and there is no knowing how it would have ended if an officer of one of the patrol guards had not conceived the happy idea of calling out, "The Emperor!
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These performances had an indescribable solemnity, but it unfortunately happened that, as his fervour increased, the reader became regardless of aspirates.
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Unfortunately, in Shakespear's case, prudery, which cannot prevent the accusation from being whispered, does prevent the refutation from being shouted.
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But unfortunately it happens that a young woman, who believes in little, like Madame Lescande, and a young man who believes in nothing, like M. de Camors, can not have the pleasures of an independent code of morals without suffering cruelly afterward.
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It will be difficult to understand this incident and the unfortunately grave results that followed it, without having the moral and physical portrait of its principal actor.
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Unfortunately, the attitude of Vautrot, at once theatrical and awkward, did not seem sublime to the Countess.
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No sooner had Popanilla passed that well-formed nose, which had been so often admired by the lady whose lock of hair he had unfortunately lost, a few times over a few pages of the Hamiltonian System than he sank upon his bed of flowers, and, in spite of his curiosity, was instantly overcome by a profound slumber.
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Unfortunately for Popanilla, he did not enjoy one advantage which all founders of sects have duly appreciated, and by which they have been materially assisted.
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Now, in the Isle of Fantaisie, unfortunately for our revolutionizer, there was not a single grumbler.
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He informed the Statue that the Emperor of the East was unfortunately unable to pay the interest upon his national debt; that his treasury was quite empty and his resources utterly exhausted.
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He informed it that two parties had, unfortunately, broken out in these countries, and threatened their speedy dissolution; that one party maintained that all human government originated in the wants of man; while the other party asserted that it originated in the desires of man.
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He found that the assailants had been beaten off, though unfortunately with the total loss of all the guests, who lay lifeless about the room.
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He sat watching the hands of his clock, and a peaceful meditation about a certain carnation that unfortunately burst its calyx was interrupted by a sudden thought.
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Unfortunately the colonists had left Herrnhut without a sufficient quantity of warm clothing, thinking that it would not be needed, but letters from Georgia gave them quite new ideas of the climate there, and they were forced to supply themselves in London, though at double what it would have cost in Germany.
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He made the first declaration in his life to Fraulein Hedwig, but unfortunately it was an accident, and it happened in this manner.
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There would be something fine in giving up art because he was convinced that he could not excel; but unfortunately it would seem so only to himself: to others it would be an admission of defeat, and he did not want to confess that he was beaten.
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The drudgery of the first two years is awful, and unfortunately I haven't got the scientific temperament.
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Examples of Unfortunately

Example #1
She had no difficulty in reaching Streatham by the time appointed.
Example #2
Louise smiled pleasantly, and said how very kind it was of Mrs. Mumford.
Example #3
Various reasons have been assigned as the cause of the destruction of his book-some have said, it was religious remorse for having written the novel at all; others, rage at adverse criticism; others, his own despair at not having reached ideal perfection.
Example #4
At Moscow, a short time before his death, in a night of wakeful misery, he burned a whole mass of his manuscripts.
Example #5
Our mother, however, was not in the least vexed or excited; she prayed for him, for all of us, especially for her sick child, and before my father came home, my eyes were re-opened.
Example #6
It was a most violent and painful attack, and we were greatly alarmed.