Fortunately and Well


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Fortunately adverb – By good fortune.
Well and fortunately are semantically related. in luckily topic. In some cases you can use "Well" instead an adverb "Fortunately".
Nearby Word: fortunate
Synonyms for Fortunately


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Well adverb – In a pleasing way.
Usage example: the day went well, despite the rough beginning

Fortunately and well are semantically related. You can use "Fortunately" instead an adverb "Well".
Nearby Word: welled
Synonyms for Well

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  • It didn't go well (fortunately, she became a quite talented director in her own right instead of pursuing a career in acting).
  • Film / Stagecoach Fortunately, The Cavalry and a well-timed Indian bullet for Hatfield save her instead.
  • Logic Bomb Fortunately, since computer people saw this coming well before it hit, most of the truly important systems were redone with better date representations well before any problems manifested.
    Source: Logic Bomb
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