misfortune

[ mis-fawr-chuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF misfortune
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I like him all the better for his misfortune, and so I am sure will my sister.

The misfortune was that this was the only thing they cared to possess.

It was quite possible that some misfortune might have happened.

Misfortune had driven them into the earth; it would be fortune to stay there.

Brother, you'll be the cause that some misfortune will happen here.

What is the matter with you, dear Angélique, and what misfortune makes you weep?

What a misfortune not to take a clyster prescribed by Mr. Purgon!

If she only went out-of-doors for a few moments, he considered it a misfortune.

I had learned to accept the misfortune of being no longer loved by you.

Was it but another devilish trick of the misfortune that pursued him?

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