loss of fortune

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These, then, are the situations in which men will be seditious: the causes for which they will be so are profit and honour; and their contrary: for, to avoid dishonour or loss of fortune by mulcts, either on their own account or their friends, they will raise a commotion in the state.
Toward the close of evening Emily left the railway terminus for the place of residence in which loss of fortune had compelled her aunt to take refuge.
He seemed to remember a time when he was not quite so rough and obdurate; and almost thought that he had first hated Nicholas because he was young and gallant, and perhaps like the stripling who had brought dishonour and loss of fortune on his head.
Mittal also registered a loss of fortune, dropping to 7th place from last year's third spot with a wealth of Au9.
Well, I'm plain scared of negative predictions that could leave one awaiting tragedies, career setbacks or loss of fortune.
Despite his fame and fortune - or loss of fortune as it was - George never really changed from being the shy person he was when he left Belfast.
The intoxication of Web fame cast the risks of cannibalization and loss of fortune into the trash.
A sudden loss of fortune in 1806 interrupted her salon, but she was able to resume it after she met Karl August Varnhagen von Ense, a writer and diplomat, in 1808.