ill-fated

[il-fey-tid]
adjective
1.
destined, as though by fate, to an unhappy or unfortunate end: an ill-fated voyage.
2.
bringing bad fortune.

Origin:
1700–10


1. doomed, hapless, ill-starred, jinxed.
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ill-fated
 
adj
doomed or unlucky: an ill-fated marriage

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Example sentences
The troll squashes an ill-fated automobile in his left hand.
Once, his ill-fated barber managed to swim away and whisper something to the
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The gentleman with the same first name seems to be referring to the ill-fated
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These characters are ill-fated and filled with foreboding.
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