It's also unfortunate that he most likely did so for political purposes.
But the Camelot image as applied to the Kennedy presidency had some unfortunate and unforeseen consequences.
I hope the district attorney will not use him as a scapegoat in that unfortunate incident.
Surrounding satellites could finish the job of complete dismemberment of the unfortunate loser.
But Bonfire of the Vanities this is not, and that is unfortunate, though the cultural references might be spot on.
The hour, too, is unfortunate—the darkness—your shifting, mysterious light.
She had just taken the class, and was so unfortunate as not to be acquainted with their names.
Mrs. Curtis is a lineal descendant of the unfortunate Mary, Queen of Scots.
The unfortunate victim of the law came perilously close to despair then.
Riches take wings, Horace, and a large family and unfortunate investments supplied them to mine.
1520s, "unlucky," from un- (1) "not" + fortunate. Infortunate in same sense is from late 14c. (along with a verb infortune "to render unhappy," and a noun meaning "bad luck). In late 18c.-early 19c., unfortunate woman was a polite way to say "prostitute." The noun meaning "one who is not fortunate" is recorded from 1630s.