ill-fated

[ il-fey-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF ill-fated

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A seeker for omens might have said that the heavens were weeping over our ill-fated venture.

"Ill-fated, indeed, an all accounts be true," returned Crispin in a maudlin voice.

“There passed the last of an ill-fated line,” said the lawyer, reflectively.

He also conversed with the ill-fated Agamemnon, Patroclus, and Achilles.

They were at least 2000 yards in front of the ill-fated A Battery, and must have been captured.

Information that others of the ill-fated Investigator were on the island.

It took only a minute to elect Christy and adjourn the ill-fated meeting.

I learned that the captain of the ill-fated steamer was among the dead.

And thus another day draws to a close in ill-fated Johnstown.

And he himself, to be sure of this, is cutting off the ill-fated race.

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