luckless[ luhk-lis ]SEE DEFINITION OF luckless
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In theology, the state of a luckless mortal prenatally damned.
I have, indeed, been the luckless victim of wayward follies; but, alas!
Mishap, desertion, and shipwreck pursued the luckless commander.
So the luckless Harold was hauled out of bed and given his sailing-orders.
From this extremity there is but one means of escape, and one alone, for the luckless prisoner.
And when the luckless jam was washed from my face 'Richard was himself again.'
To retreat at all is humiliation, but to retreat as this luckless army did was agony.
Friday was the luckless day of my own failure and broken heart.
It is generally supposed that Mallet was this luckless person.
"I don't know just what I ought to say," went on the luckless Walt.
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