unluckily


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un·luck·y

 (ŭn-lŭk′ē)
adj. un·luck·i·er, un·luck·i·est
1. Subjected to or marked by misfortune: unlucky at roulette; an unlucky day.
2. Resulting or likely to result in misfortune; inauspicious: It is considered unlucky to break a mirror. See Synonyms at unfortunate.

un·luck′i·ly adv.
un·luck′i·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.unluckily - by bad luckunluckily - by bad luck; "unfortunately it rained all day"; "alas, I cannot stay"
as luck would have it, fortuitously, fortunately, luckily - by good fortune; "fortunately the weather was good"
Translations
لِسوء الحَظ
naneštěstí
uheldigvisulykkeligvis
til allrar óhamingju
na nesrečo

unluckily

[ʌnˈlʌkɪlɪ] ADVlamentablemente, desgraciadamente
unluckily, she herself had no creative talentlamentablemente or desgraciadamente, ella no tenía talento creativo
unluckily for herlamentablemente or desgraciadamente para ella
the day started unluckilyel día empezó sin suerte

unluckily

[ʌnˈlʌkɪli] adv (= unfortunately) → malheureusement

unluckily

advzum Pech, zum Unglück; unluckily for himzu seinem Pech

unluckily

[ʌnˈlʌkɪlɪ] advpurtroppo, sfortunatamente
unluckily for her → per sua sfortuna

unlucky

(anˈlaki) adjective
not lucky or fortunate. I am unlucky – I never win at cards.
unˈluckily adverb
unfortunately. Unluckily he has hurt his hand and cannot play the piano.
References in classic literature ?
WHILE bathing, Antinous was seen by Minerva, who was so enamoured of his beauty that, all armed as she happened to be, she descended from Olympus to woo him; but, unluckily displaying her shield, with the head of Medusa on it, she had the unhappiness to see the beautiful mortal turn to stone from catching a glimpse of it.
The Digger kept on ahead of the party, crossing and recrossing the river in pursuit of game, until, unluckily, encountering a brother Digger, he stole off with him, without the ceremony of leave-taking.
After passing a night in this valley, the travellers in the morning scaled the neighboring hills, to look out for a more eligible route than that upon which they had unluckily fallen; and, after much reconnoitring, determined to make their way once more to the river, and to travel upon the ice when the banks should prove impassable.
luckily for us and unluckily for himself did not reach us.
These alterations might probably have been set right, had not Master Blifil unluckily insisted on a promise of secrecy from Mr Allworthy before he revealed the matter to him; but by that means the poor gamekeeper was condemned without having an opportunity to defend himself: for as the fact of killing the hare, and of the action brought, were certainly true, Mr Allworthy had no doubt concerning the rest.
But only think of his inventing this machine," interposed one of the workmen, rather unluckily.
So far, this is mere guess-work; but it is unluckily certain that he and Mrs.
They were the first I had ever beheld, and I should have been curious enough to dissect one of them, if I had had proper instruments, which I unluckily left behind me in the ship, although, indeed, the sight was so nauseous, that it perfectly turned my stomach.
But on hearing that he had not slept at home I was much alarmed, and hastened to the cemetery, where, unluckily, the tombs were all so alike that I could not discover which was the one I was in search of, though I spent four days in looking for it.
But unluckily, Richard was gone again upon his adventures, and Prince John, who acted as Regent, had never been fond of Robin.
I could see in my mind that things were going well, but, unluckily, I was unable to finish.
Unluckily, still 80 per cent of transgender people's CNICs are under process.