fortunate[ fawr-chuh-nit ]SEE DEFINITION OF fortunate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORTUNATE
But am I so fortunate as to find you willing to return with me?
Going to his office, he was fortunate enough to find him in, and unengaged.
You are, indeed, fortunate in having escaped from the snare he laid for you.
It was fortunate that, in this case, no fears could be entertained.
Unless we are fortunate enough to find some, retreat is inevitable.
We have been most fortunate in finding water, and I am indeed very thankful for it.
That's fortunate, sir; if you are a stranger here, your service to me will be greater.
We are fortunate in the ability and integrity of our Federal judges and attorneys.
Had the creek been their only creditor the Carters would have been fortunate.
Yet, measured according to the stern standards of adversity, Mary was fortunate.
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