Noun(1) unnecessary and unforeseen trouble resulting from an unfortunate event(2) an unfortunate state resulting from unfavorable outcomes
(1) it was my misfortune that I was absent(2) I decided to be happy every day no matter what comes, discomfort or misfortune .(3) And in just one respect, Britain was the architect of its own misfortune .(4) In Ireland, in particular, misfortune was frequently blamed on fairies as well as witches.(5) You shouldn't be surprised that misfortune befalls noble men.(6) It was almost a challenge, or perhaps even a test to see if misfortune had taught them anything.(7) Not infrequently clubs are the architects of their own misfortune .(8) The simple fact is these firms are businesses and they aren't in it for your benefit, they are in it to make money out of your misfortune .(9) But the following years bring misfortune more grievous than any in London.(10) In other words, they should not blame their misfortune on anybody else.(11) We feel deep sympathy for such children and lament their continuing misfortune .(12) that's your misfortune!(13) The lower gods can either assist people or bring misfortune to them.(14) After our brief jaunt across campus, we made our way to our hotel, where misfortune struck once again.(15) It has been my great fate, or misfortune , to follow a speech more notable for its volume than for any sense.(16) I have no doubt that there is a lesson which stands to be learnt from Alice's misfortune .
(1) misfortune :: мусибате
1. problem ::
2. tough luck ::
3. bad luck ::
1. fortune ::
2. luck ::
3. serendipity ::
Different Formsmisfortune, misfortunes
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