ill-starred


Also found in: Dictionary, Legal.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • adj

Synonyms for ill-starred

Synonyms for ill-starred

involving or undergoing chance misfortune

Synonyms for ill-starred

marked by or promising bad fortune

References in periodicals archive ?
The 39th game - the Premier League's ill-starred proposal to stage an extra fixture on foreign soil - was shot down by a powerful alliance of club's self-interest and the outrage of supporters.
A thoroughly horrible time was had by all" - Broadcaster Vanessa Feltz on her recent ill-starred weekend break.
A little party never killed nobody" Model Miranda Kerr, who admits to having been drunk "a few times" "A thoroughly horrible time was had by all" Broadcaster Vanessa Feltz on her recent ill-starred weekend break "What I do for a living is so silly even at its most serious.
It had been thought optimist "MacLeod only said Scotland would "get a medal" in the build-up to the ill-starred 1978 tournament.
Team Energy is a joint venture between Marubeni and another Japanese firm, Tokyo Electric Power Corporation, operator of the ill-starred Fukushima nuclear power plant.
KYM and Jamie's split over her fling with a co-star is just the latest in a string of ill-starred romances between soap stars.
Little love is lost between the ill-starred stalwart and Noctis's retinue, yet honor binds him to keep watch over the group all the same.
That came just five days after a tremendous hurdles debut which had 'future champion' written all over it, and even this week's ill-starred contest saw him show phenomenal pace before erring.
JAMES WALLACE aims to wipe out memories of an ill-starred loan spell at Shrewsbury Town when he returns to the New Meadow with Tranmere tomorrow.
Dewhurst, the state's lieutenant governor, was a strong supporter of Perry's ill-starred presidential campaign and stumped for Perry before the Iowa caucuses.
Hodgson has restored his reputation since his ill-starred stint at Anfield and Moyes (above) said: "I did have sympathy for Roy because he had earned his move to Liverpool.
Directing his first pie since the ill-starred "All the Pretty Horses" (2000), Billy Bob Thornton approaches his subject as a starstruck aficionado, offering nothing more substantial than admiring testimonials and amusing anecdotes from Nelson's friends, fellow musicians and family members.
Reid has been compiling details of their marriage and sifting through photos and videos of the ill-starred union.
But, in all honesty, the "cash-for-Andy" scandal barely taught us anything we didn't already know about this ill-starred ex-Royal.
Not to overlook several ill-starred forebears, such as a poacher hanged by Henry VIII and a lord treasurer beheaded by a London mob.