fortunately, by then he was in England carrying a steno pad, not in Tunisia hauling a howitzer.
fortunately, everyone also thinks things are "mildly better."
fortunately, the Japanese navy found the boat at sea and every one of its passengers was airlifted to safety.
"fortunately, filmmaking is such a tedious process that they left after the second take," she explains.
fortunately, suicides among high-performing distance runners are rare.
fortunately there are things to do, no matter what cannot be done.
fortunately, there was just then a flood of evening sunshine in the air.
This defect can fortunately be corrected by the method shown in Fig. 112.
fortunately, Mr. Brunton called, and he assisted to while away the time.
fortunately I was aware of your destination and knew that we should meet.
late 14c., from Latin fortunatus "prospered, prosperous; lucky, happy," past participle of fortunare "to make prosperous," from fortuna (see fortune). Fortunate Islands "mythical abode of the blessed dead, in the Western Ocean," early 15c., translates Latin Fortunatae Insulae.