Examples of unhappily in a Sentence
They were unhappily married for two years.
an unhappily married couple being counseled by a professional
Recent Examples of unhappily from the Web
But thanks to Culberson, the final Congressional bill did include it, and Trump, however unhappily due to a lack of funding for a border wall, signed the funding measure anyway.
One study found that singles had lower resting blood pressure than unhappily married people.
Deceptive sweetness and underlying sourness are considerable flavors for Tennis, and Riley and Moore come across like the unhappily obscure cousins to the all-grins twosomes of the 1970s.
When this season began, Claire was unhappily married in Boston with dreary Frank.
One breakthrough that’s been welcomed by the unhappily hirsute is laser hair removal.
On October 19, the outnumbered Kurds unhappily relinquished Kirkuk and the oilfields without a fight.
Tulip Fever: A 17th-century love triangle set in Amsterdam involves a woman (Alicia Vikander) unhappily married to an older man (Christoph Waltz) who falls for a young artist (Dane DeHaan).
SANTA CLARA — An estimated 6,500 people — some of them unhappily — took light rail home from the U2 concert Wednesday at Levi’s Stadium.
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agonizingly, bitterly, dolefully, dolorously, grievously, hard, hardly, inconsolably, lugubriously, mournfully, painfully, plaintively, regretfully, resentfully, ruefully, sadly, sorely, sorrowfully, wailfully, woefully, wretchedly;
UNHAPPILY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unhappily for English Language Learners
: without happiness : in an unhappy manner
: in a way that is unfortunate or unlucky
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