good+fortune

  • 1good fortune — index boom (prosperity), chance (fortuity), opportunity, prosperity Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2good fortune — noun 1. an auspicious state resulting from favorable outcomes (Freq. 3) • Syn: ↑luckiness, ↑good luck • Ant: ↑bad luck (for: ↑good luck), ↑misfortune …

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  • 3good fortune — (Roget s IV) n. Syn. good luck, affluence, prosperity; see success 2 …

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  • 4good fortune — Prosperity, success, good luck …

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  • 5Good Fortune (album) — Infobox Album Name = Good Fortune Type = studio Artist = Brotherhood of Man Released = 1980 Recorded = Genre = Pop, MOR Length = Label = Dazzle Producer = Reviews = Last album = Singing a Song (1979) This album = Good Fortune (1980) Next album =… …

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  • 6A Stroke of Good Fortune — Infobox short story | name = A Stroke of Good Fortune title orig = translator = image caption = author = Flannery O Connor country = United States language = English series = genre = Southern Gothic published in = A Good Man Is Hard to Find… …

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  • 7presaging good fortune — index auspicious Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 8Romani Baxt (Good Fortune) Foundation —    Sofia, Bulgaria. Est. 1996. Chairperson: Michali Georgiev. The organization focuses on legal and social programs designed to promote the Roma people s inclusion in society and to promote human rights and equal treatment. Within this framework …

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  • 9fortune — c.1300, chance, luck as a force in human affairs, from O.Fr. fortune lot, good fortune, misfortune (12c.), from L. fortuna chance, fate, good luck, from fors (gen. fortis) chance, luck, possibly from PIE *bhrtu and related to base *bher (1) to… …

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  • 10good — [adj1] pleasant, fine acceptable, ace*, admirable, agreeable, bad, boss*, bully, capital, choice, commendable, congenial, crack*, deluxe, excellent, exceptional, favorable, first class, first rate, gnarly*, gratifying, great, honorable, marvelous …

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  • 11Good Time Guy — was a humorous syndicated Comic Strip that ran from 1927 to 1929, and was distributed by Metropolitan Newspaper Service.It was begun by notable Hollywood screenwriter Bill Conselman under the pen name of Frank Smiley, and well established artist… …

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  • 12fortune — noun 1 luck ADJECTIVE ▪ good ▪ bad, ill … OF FORTUNE ▪ piece, stroke ▪ By a stroke of good fortune, S …

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  • 13fortune — n. wealth 1) to accumulate, amass, make a fortune 2) to come into, inherit a fortune 3) to dissipate, run through, squander a fortune 4) an enormous, large, vast fortune 5) a family fortune luck 6) to try one s fortune 7) the (bad; good) fortune… …

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  • 14fortune — for|tune [ fɔrtʃən ] noun ** 1. ) count usually singular a very large amount of money: Jordan had inherited a considerable personal fortune from his uncle. make/amass a fortune: He had made a fortune from mining. make your fortune (=become very… …

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  • 15fortune — noun 1 MONEY (C) a very large amount of money: He inherited his fortune from his father. | cost/spend/be worth a fortune: They must have spent a fortune on that house. | a small fortune (=a lot of money): She won a small fortune on the horses. |… …

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  • 16fortune */*/ — UK [ˈfɔː(r)tʃən] / US [ˈfɔrtʃ(ə)n] noun Word forms fortune : singular fortune plural fortunes 1) [countable, usually singular] a very large amount of money Jordan had inherited a considerable personal fortune from his uncle. make/amass a fortune …

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  • 17fortune — 01. My neighbor made a [fortune] by investing in Microsoft when the company was fairly new. 02. It ll cost you a [fortune] if you stay in hotels instead of youth hostels. 03. This weather is great, but I don t know how long our good [fortune] is… …

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  • 18fortune — [[t]fɔ͟ː(r)tʃuːn[/t]] ♦♦♦ fortunes 1) N COUNT (emphasis) You can refer to a large sum of money as a fortune or a small fortune to emphasize how large it is. We had to eat out all the time. It ended up costing a fortune... He made a small fortune… …

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  • 19Good — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Good >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 good good benefit advantage Sgm: N 1 improvement improvement &c. 658 Sgm: N 1 greatest good greatest good supreme good Sgm: N 1 interest interest servi …

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  • 20good luck — noun 1. an auspicious state resulting from favorable outcomes (Freq. 3) • Syn: ↑good fortune, ↑luckiness • Ant: ↑bad luck, ↑misfortune (for: ↑good fortune) …

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