unprosperously

unprosperously

(ʌnˈprɒspərəslɪ)
adv
in an unprosperous or unsuccessful manner
References in classic literature ?
Her life, begun not unprosperously, had come down to this--to a mean prison and a long, ignoble bondage.
It may start out unprosperously, but it ends in happy marriages all around and with economic stability, if not wealth, for all the major characters.