English words and Examples of Usage

use "fortunate" in a sentence

I was so fortunate he was picked for me,"" Hutchinson said."

We were really fortunate that he was available at the end of the cuts.

Aren't we fortunate to share our world with two such beautiful people?

I have been fortunate to have some amazing mentors throughout my career.

We're very fortunate it happened at the night of night it did, Reeves said.

She was fortunate that Meymandi knew how to get the drug in the first place.

She says she wants them to understand how fortunate they are to have a home.

“Getting the players is difficult, but I’ve been fortunate to have good ones.

And not so many riders have the ability and that makes her fortunate in a way.

Addressing the packed arena, the pope urged compassion for the less fortunate.

"This patient was extremely fortunate that no crucial structures were injured.

We’ve been very fortunate, and good fortune should be shared with noble causes.

When I think about what I've regained, it's phenomenal, and I'm very fortunate.

Karunawathie is fortunate to live only 10 kilometers (6 miles) from basic care.

At the same time, though, I’ve been fortunate enough to succeed a few times, too.

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