Related formsin·fe·lic·i·tous·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for infelicitous
But viral advertising based on an infelicitous turn of phrase is not something Filexec is interested in, Chavez said.
She had thought it very likely Robert Acton would come and see her; she had not met him since that infelicitous evening.The Europeans|Henry James
The form of the Renaissance lantern is not infelicitous, either from the inside or outside.Cathedrals of Spain|John A. (John Allyne) Gade
The information, coupled with the infelicitous word ‘proudly,’ caused Nicholas to flush with mortification.A Changed Man and Other Tales|Thomas Hardy
The very penny chroniclers of the market acquire an infelicitous adroitness in the phraseology of deceit.
Be that as it may, he often makes her serve as a symbol for material existence, obviously an infelicitous parallel.William Blake|Irene Langridge