fortunate in English

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adj. lucky; successful
adj. lucky, fortunate

Example Sentences

On my first trek through the Grand Atlas Mountains, we were incredibly fortunate to have a man named Ismael as part of our group.
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So, not only were they able to make more space in their homes, they were also able to help other people who were less fortunate than they are.
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On my first trek through the Grand Atlas Mountains, we were fortunate to have a man named Ismael as part of our group.
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We hope that this fortunate outcome for our team will allow us to continue to come to the aid of people affected by the conflict.
(Source: Voice of America)
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In one point he was more fortunate than the novel's fantastic hero.
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It is most fortunate that you were not thought of at the time.
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It is fortunate for us that we can repay him for all that he has endured this night for our sakes.
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The musician had once more played his fiddle as he went on his way, and this time he had been more fortunate.
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Some day, when you are tired of London, come down to Treadley and expound to me your philosophy of pleasure over some admirable Burgundy I am fortunate enough to possess.
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They have been very fortunate lately, however.
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