- ffodusyn ffodus
Adjective(1) having unexpected good fortune(2) supremely favored(3) presaging good fortune
(1) Some of his most valuable connections flowed from the accident of a fortunate birth.(2) Others aren't so fortunate , and may heaven help them, because they surely suffer.(3) Families today are not in the fortunate position they were in during the past.(4) For a fortunate few, it may be met with love and compassion.(5) Some people aren't as fortunate as us.(6) After the Second World War a basic living allowance, healthcare and education were provided to the less fortunate .(7) At an early age she used her family's wealth to aid the poor and less fortunate .(8) Being in such a fortunate position, it has the opportunity to do very well.(9) Their neighbors, especially Latinos who have lived in the Mission for decades, have been less fortunate .(10) We are fortunate to live in a country where the food is so varied.(11) In domestic experiences, however, you will be less fortunate .(12) Are you aware that not many people are as fortunate as you are?(13) Police said the driver of the Range Rover was fortunate to escape without serious injury.(14) In theory, a currency union can offer economic benefits - but only under fortunate circumstances.(15) It is a unique stadium and I consider myself very fortunate to have played there.(16) Few business travelers could afford or justify the costly comforts lavished upon the fortunate few.
(1) very fortunate :: ffodus iawn
1. lucky ::
2. favorable ::
3. wealthy ::
4. rosy ::
5. golden ::
1. hapless ::
2. unfortunate ::
3. unhappy ::
Different Formsfortunate, fortunately
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