unfortune

unfortune

(ʌnˈfɔːtʃuːn)
n
archaic misfortune
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However, it is noteworthy that, virtually, a tolerance might be allowed only if the unfortune situation is hard to be intervened, instead of a limitation or lack in technical approach and/or modelling.
To a question, he said that it was unfortune that almost all decisions of courts against the PPP had connection with Sindh province.
"We had a little bit of unfortune" -IAN HOLLOWAY -IAN HOLLOWAY
Major Roger Chapman, editor of the Yorkshire-based Green Howards Museum newsletter, said: "It was an unfortune error, especially as our subscribers include a bishop, a vicar and two field marshals.