good luck

  1. an unexpected piece of good luck
    he finally got his big break
  2. a stroke of luck
  3. an auspicious state resulting from favorable outcomes
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How To Use good luck In A Sentence

  • I've circulated a good luck card for everyone to sign.
  • Good luck to him: but there is no earthly reason why BBC radio should timidly do the same, and debauch one of our greatest programmes in the process.
  • I will not be there with a £180 ticket to be biffed into kingdom come by some insane person on the end of a weighted rope - or falling off it - but good luck to those who come to brave the 2 chords of U2 at warp volume and other truffles of this cultural feast. Bono and The Edge defend Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark
  • They were not very varied in design and the emphasis was on good luck charms such as four-leaf clovers, horseshoes and wishbones, again set with tiny diamonds.
  • Good luck and God bless you wherever you stray, The world for me ended at mail call today.
  • Local couples circle the stupa for good luck. Times, Sunday Times
  • Slumping forward onto the gigantic gadget, he mumbled, Good luck finding enough ice for hockey on this dustball. Reap the Whirlwind
  • I kid myself, of course - but I like to pretend the thing brings good luck.
  • But, if you mean, as so many seem to, that they should NEVER see any of it and intend to block every avenue certain realities may follow to get to them, well … good luck with that! Blocking the information highway
  • He wished the crew, skippered by black yachtswoman Cole, good luck, adding: "We'll watch. ANC Daily News Briefing
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