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Origin of fortunate
Examples from the Web for fortunately
There is, fortunately, not too much telling of the future in Harry Potter.
Fortunately, another group is leaning in: Turkish women business leaders.
Fortunately, Pomplamoose made some money to offset some of these expenses.
Fortunately, no one gives a damn about a Daily Beast reporter.Sneer and Clothing in Miami: Inside The $3 Billion Woodstock of Contemporary Art|Jay Michaelson|December 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Fortunately, they are drawn from a pathetic preterite far beneath the contempt of our cultural elite.
Fortunately they were all removed previous to the disastrous fire of Jan. 11, 1879.Showell's Dictionary of Birmingham|Thomas T. Harman and Walter Showell
Most fortunately for us the forenoon turned out fair and we stripped and dried our clothes.A Voyage to the South Sea|William Bligh
Fortunately the day had been remarkably cool, almost cold, the thermometer only rose to 80° in the shade.
Fortunately, Victoria was quite prepared to accept in this matter Albert's judgment.Abraham Lincoln|George Haven Putnam
Fortunately, Helen Cumberly's self-chosen path in life had taught her how to handle the nascent and undesirable lover.The Yellow Claw|Sax Rohmer
late 14c., from Latin fortunatus "prospered, prosperous; lucky, happy," past participle of fortunare "to make prosperous," from fortuna (see fortune). Fortunate Islands "mythical abode of the blessed dead, in the Western Ocean," early 15c., translates Latin Fortunatae Insulae.