Fortunately [adverb]

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Sentence/Example of Fortunately:

Cassie’s only ally is her best friend Annie, played by Zosia Mamet, who is, fortunately for Cassie, alive and a high-powered, savvy lawyer.

Every driver has their own tastes when it comes to using screens and adding them to their car, and fortunately, there are enough models of dash cam both with and without screens to satisfy the techie and the minimalist in all of us.

Fortunately, the last crash had been passed without dislocating the parts of either sledge or rider.

Fortunately, Massna had time to make his way through the Austrian skirmishers and resume his command.

It was in the reading-room at the time of the fire, but fortunately escaped injury.

I only know that there are amongst us, rare instances fortunately, but existent nevertheless—men with the souls of beasts.

Fortunately, the water was not deep, and quickly the drenched animal and man were pulled from the water.

Fortunately he did not live long enough after his brother hopelessly to embitter his daughter's youth.

Fortunately the results would not be immediately apparent, otherwise he would be compelled to raise his tariff for cheap suits.

Joseph's brain emptied, fortunately; a man would not want to know that he was tacked to a chair, bleeding to death.