fortune[ fawr-chuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF fortune
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORTUNE
"It's like starting West again to make our fortune," said Uncle Peter.
Almost every Barbarian at the table had made his own fortune.
Avice Milbrey had the fortune to witness one of these bed-time causeries.
He went dazedly in to him,—and was awakened from the dream that he had been losing a fortune in his sleep.
Meanwhile, fortune had improved with Mr. Davis, the superintendent of the factory.
I'm sure that when I wrote these lines, fortune had for a moment tweaked me by the nose.
Misfortune had driven them into the earth; it would be fortune to stay there.
He was a spoiled child of fortune, if you wish to have it so.
What can I do, pray, to give her my fortune and deprive my children of it?
Why not have detectives as guards—as if I wore a fortune in diamonds?