unhappily I was right: Mitt Romney could—and did—win the first debate.
For a writer of talent, your letter is so unhappily composed.
But, unhappily, each alibi would have been almost equally compromising.
And then unhappily, as I may say, was I at home and present.
Gorsas has friends in Rennes; he will hide there,—unhappily will not lie hid.
Should it be ever so unhappily, will it be prudence to complain or appeal?
unhappily it got aground, and all on board of it were captured.
You say I know the lady, and am, unhappily, too deeply interested in her—who is she?
This good old man whom you see here, is Erasmus; this other is Grotius; unhappily, they neither of them had any religion.
You are aware that your father was unhappily involved in political troubles?