fortunate

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  • She also found the time and financial resources to help the less fortunate.
  • He opened many schools and created new job opportunities for those less fortunate.
  • The video shows a regular African american family in the less fortunate places.
  • This is often a process that begins in primary school for some less fortunate children.
  • I am just fortunate that I am able to hit it a bit further.
  • But I was fortunate to have many people to help me get through it.
  • She was taught to always share with those who were less fortunate.
  • Students are able to travel to places not so fortunate as themselves and help those in need.
  • In the military he was fortunate enough to become very successful.
  • The person who is ready to work will always be fortunate.
  • He began riding for money but was not fortunate and had more than one serious fall.
  • The organization is fortunate to have some members who have been with it for over fifty years.
  • Most other game shows from that era were not so fortunate.
  • It was very fortunate that no-one was killed during this incident.
  • However, the main goal of the program is has always been helping those who are less fortunate.
  • His decision proved fortunate when two years later he was given the chance to acquire the business.
  • Those fortunate enough to find a job worked long hours, usually in agricultural jobs.
  • On a third trip later that day, he was not so fortunate.
  • They stay with me, and many have been very fortunate in their later careers.
  • They also expressed that they felt fortunate to have had the opportunity to work with the award-winning producer.
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Words starting with fortunate

Meaning of fortunate

  • adjective Having unexpected good fortune
    other, less fortunate, children died, a fortunate choice