The first George Bush had the misfortune to have a shallow recession and slow recovery come in the second half of his term.
It was forbidden to be eaten, and seen as having powers that beat back “demons and sorcerers” as well as “misfortune.”
He was beautiful; alcohol and misfortune took their toll on him.
She rattled off countless fundraisers in the past to help individual residents struck by misfortune.
During the mid-1980s, I was spared the misfortune of working Cuban operations.
His son John has had the misfortune to be captured in the present war.
I had learned to accept the misfortune of being no longer loved by you.
There was no selling or trading on misfortune here, as in some of the other camps we had been in.
This has not been his fault but his misfortune—the settling of an estate, it may be, or the death of a master.
"This is their misfortune or failing, not the fault of the system," returned Ida.