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I learned a new word when I read the newspaper last week. Hapless means unlucky. I would like to use it in a sentence.
(ex) John and Mary haplessly lost their lifetime savings by taking risks in their business.
Am I using the adverb, haplessly, correctly in the sentence? Thank you very much.
Welcome to the forum, newlearn.
Click here and you will see that 'haplessly' gets 49 entries in a site which gives over 36,000 examples of 'unfortunately'.
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Last edited by Rover_KE; 30-Sep-2016 at 09:33.