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- adverb In a bad
fated, foreordainedor predeterminedmanner; in a way established in advance by bad fate.
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Connery is brought out of the depths of the prison system to help a quirkily brilliant FBI chemist played by quirky Nicolas Cage and an ill-fatedly macho Navy Seal team to break into Alcatraz and stop the threat.
Clearly, ours is what Socrates condemned as the unexamined life — and our political, religious and economic institutions are ill-fatedly designed to ensure that things stay that way.
He had not yet been born on the occasion of the last Search, the one that ill-fatedly provided the incompetent Jora.
DragonFlight McCaffrey, Anne 1968
The lover, beholding that fusing move as a golden-hued goddess, accessible, kindly and priceless, wooes and ill-fatedly wins all the substance.
Figures of Earth James Branch Cabell 1918
Lord Lamont, Secretary of the Treasury when Britain ill-fatedly joined the European
On Line Opinion - Latest Articles firstname.lastname@example.org (Sally McNamara 2010
Oh wretched woman, that wilt at one stroke have lost the youth so ill-fatedly beloved and thine own honour! '
The Decameron of Giovanni Boccaccio Giovanni Boccaccio 1344