Hapless [adjective]

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Stewart’s hapless journey provided the first details of a shadowy network of brokers and investors who were pursuing billions in loosely monitored contracts from government agencies desperately trying to deal with the virus.

Starring Eddie Murphy as Prince Akeem and Arsenio Hall as his hapless best friend, the movie follows as the royal searches for his queen in Queens, New York.

One of those people is Lethem’s hapless hero, Sandy Duplessis.

So their “Monday Night Football” matchup in the Meadowlands with the hapless, hopeless Jets arrives at a good time for them.

I had written about my first, hapless foray into the woods for Quartz, and the article attracted the attention of Rinella’s publicists.

When India’s coronavirus lockdown was announced on March 24, millions of hapless migrant workers had no means of going back to their hometowns and villages.

Lawrence, when the day was lost, rode back to prepare the hapless Europeans in the city for the hazard that now threatened.

In the dressing-room beyond the larger room where that strange interview was to take place, the hapless man lay on a bed.

In some vague way Jessie connected the mystery with the hapless creature whom she knew now to be the King of Asturia.

It was into a cell adjoining that which the hapless queen had occupied that Madame Roland was cast.