: it is unfortunate
- Unfortunately, in the intervening years, time has not stood still for the global environment.
- —Al Gore
- A young man can work at excessive speed with no ill effects, but youth is unfortunately not a permanent condition of life.
- —F. Scott Fitzgerald
- The past couple years have ended unfortunately for us, and we're using it as motivation.
- —James Moyers
: in a regrettable, unlucky, or unsuitable manner : in an unfortunate manner
- "Have you an agreeable neighbourhood here? Are the Middletons pleasant people?" "No, not all," answered Marianne; "we could not be more unfortunately situated."
- —Jane Austen