unfortunately, she added, the problem is not simply a military issue.
unfortunately, however, China eventually reverted into a confrontational posture, evident in the middle of last year.
unfortunately, that lack of expertise is on full display in the resolution.
unfortunately for the president, the drive was undercut by skeptical comments from leading Democrats, including Bill Clinton.
unfortunately, the most common criticisms of it miss the point.
We digs our own water hole, and unfortunately we cant share it any.
It is the sensible schemes, unfortunately, that are hopeless in England.
unfortunately, however, the verification only seemed to be successful.
And, unfortunately, it was not time yet to bid the creature "farewell."
unfortunately for my desires, I can only be prefatory in the case of my own.
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.