Thesaurus / infelicity

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No impropriety or infelicity had been permitted to mar the smooth texture of its surface.

Senator Boompointer, unconscious of any infelicity in his interruption, was calmly waiting.

ClarenceBret Harte

The heart now grew sometimes to be trembling and irresolute, and the soul to have its visions of infelicity.

And in his infelicity and in his resentment against Rachel he savoured it all not without pleasure.

The Price of LoveArnold Bennett

But it will involve us in great difficulties and infelicity to be now deprived of them.

The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 3 of 4American Anti-Slavery Society

Here we trace the origin of the infelicity of this religious household.

Life is an act of God: he would not have it marred again by infelicity like his own.

There is still another reason why, to many minds, the relation of other men's infelicity may give a lasting and continual relief.

Keats died young; and ‘yet his infelicity had years too many.’

Life of John KeatsSidney Colvin

I may commit many follies in life, but I never intend to marry for love, which I am sure is a guarantee for infelicity.

The Earl of BeaconsfieldJames Anthony Froude

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