Misfortunate
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Misfortunate

English

Etymology

misfortune +‎ -ate or mis- +‎ fortunate

Adjective

misfortunate (comparative more misfortunate, superlative most misfortunate)

  1. Having suffered misfortune; pitiable
    • 2009, January 18, "Aleksandar Hemon", in United States of Chicago[1]:
      It quickly became clear to me that I would have to make the transition from being a misfortunate tourist to being a Chicagoan [...] .

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