Unhap

Un`hap´


n.1.Ill luck; misfortune.
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If Deila gives the Scot then od, If Deila gives the Scot then od, Zaluska is going to be unhap py Zaluska is going to be unhap py and while his reaction would be and while his reaction would be understandable, it's a harsh fact of understandable, it's a harsh fact of football that you don't alway s get football that you don't alway s get what you want.
and 5ive relic Ritchie Neville sighed: "There's serious unhap piness here to the point that people are cracking up.
fell into poverty or could not work, or went blind, or lost his goods 'by the unhap of the world; "his fellows supported him until the end of his days.
And I mot nodes hit were wyle I may last; For mon may hyden his harme bot unhap ne may hit, For ther hit ones is tachched twynne wil hit never.