[ US /ˈfɔɹtʃənət, ˈfɔɹtʃunət/ ]
[ UK /fˈɔːt‍ʃənət/ ]
  1. presaging good fortune
    she made a fortunate decision to go to medical school
    rosy predictions
  2. supremely favored
    golden lads and girls all must / like chimney sweepers come to dust
    fortunate son
  3. having unexpected good fortune
    a fortunate choice
    other, less fortunate, children died
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How To Use fortunate In A Sentence

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  • It should be a baritone scoring game and the unfortunate should be in early disceptation for a top 3 pick. Xml's Blinklist.com
  • Instead of asking the fortunate few, why doesn't Ted asked the gifted masses of state employees to do a little giveback? We're! Number! 5! (Jack Bog's Blog)
  • Unfortunately she has to work and then has class after work which is a bit of a bummer.
  • I still see Mr. Berman's portable shtender in the shul and I have to smile because I immediately see his warm gentle smile and think about how fortunate I was to have met your father.
  • But, fortunately, there were cavities in the two teeth on either side of the gap -- one in the first molar and one in the palatine surface of the cuspid; might he not drill a socket in the remaining root and sockets in the molar and cuspid, and, partly by bridging, partly by crowning, fill in the gap? McTeague
  • Fortunately, seven unaired episodes will give fans something to really dive into.
  • Unfortunately, she was also one of those women born to be adored by men.
  • The exams are just around the corner and students are bogged down with preparation work for practicals and orals but the Transition year students found time to raise funds for those less fortunate.
  • Fortunately, says Burtch, nearly all crowdfunded ventures - more than 95 percent - do deliver promised goods to their backers eventually.
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