1 His accounts revealed merely what the means had been; and these were such that it was fortunate for his wife and daughter that his books were examined only after his impressive funeral.
2 That was fortunate, for if she could have spoken she would have cried out truths couched in Gerald's forthright words.
3 What they had, each shared with less fortunate friends, as they had done in more prosperous days.
4 Mr. and Mrs. Whiting had a room there, too, and Mrs. Bonnell was talking of moving in, if she was fortunate enough to rent her house to a Yankee officer and his family.
5 And she would be so kind to those who were suffering misfortune, take baskets to the poor and soup and jelly to the sick and "air" those less fortunate in her fine carriage.
6 "Then it is fortunate that you are no longer living under my roof," said Melanie and her words were cold.
7 Those on top took no thought for those less fortunate.
8 Archie, how fortunate that you mentioned it.
9 She pillowed on her shoulder the head of the baby who, after killing time in the same manner as his mother, was so fortunate as to fall asleep.
10 Subsequent experiences with rattlesnakes taught me that my first encounter was fortunate in circumstance.
11 I am always less fortunate than Robert.
12 This was fortunate for her, for a few minutes later the police reserves arrived.
13 A messenger came back to say that Jurgis should wait, and so he came inside of the gate, perhaps not sorry enough that there were others less fortunate watching him with greedy eyes.
14 After a while he would realize how hard a task it was; and then it would be fortunate that other new hands kept coming, to save him from settling down into a rut.
15 You have missed the way, nor have I been more fortunate.