unluckiness


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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.
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unluckiness

[ʌnˈlʌkɪnɪs] Nmala suerte f
References in classic literature ?
But we are told "he was given to all unluckiness in stealing venison and rabbits."* He was often caught, sometimes got a good beating, and sometimes was sent to prison.
We are not morally responsible to address other people's suffering caused by their unluckiness. We are not morally obliged to share our food with the children of our neighbour, just because they were unlucky to be born in a poor household, though we can choose to do so as a A-matter of charity.
The scenario called "Unluckiness of Abbas" was directed by E.
He had a long battle to fight and catch a Merlin and his days of unluckiness did not seem to end.
I tried to help him, just to break the unluckiness," Ranieri told reporters on Thursday.
Maybe it was unluckiness, but probably true because all those stories about him, there has to be something in them.