It is rather an absurd idea, and it may be more fortunate than good.
And were the Lily and her lover to be more fortunate than all those millions?
Nay, I will say no ill of the man; to revile one more fortunate is poor argument.
But I hope that, late as it is, we may be more fortunate now.
Puyguilhem was more fortunate than prudent, and was not discovered.
"That was more fortunate for your family than it was for my sex," said Nelson, gallantly.
Amid the dangers of the sea, again, are any more fortunate on the whole than wise pilots?
You think, I said, that to act with a wise man is more fortunate than to act with an ignorant one?
He was more fortunate at the opposite door, for Alfred was still asleep.
He hoped to discover someone who had been more fortunate in escape.