Definition of unfortunately in English:

unfortunately

Syllabification: un·for·tu·nate·ly
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈfôrCH(ə)nətlē
 
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adverb

[sentence adverb]
It is unfortunate that: unfortunately, we do not have the time to interview every applicant
More example sentences
  • The most negative aspect of the city was, unfortunately, the venue we performed in.
  • Rather unfortunately, she'd come in a pair with the older sis, so it was inevitable.
  • Very unfortunately, there was but one two seater table at the side of this lady.
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