luck out

  1. succeed by luck
    I lucked out and found the last parking spot in the lot
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How To Use luck out In A Sentence

  • From the outset, we get the kind of writing beloved of a certain kind of creative writing teacher: the kind you can pluck out and quote admiringly.
  • In between, one could pluck out a few good ideas: the lovers singing over a freshly dug grave; the ever-present reminder of Morold's coffin; the flash-forward of decades in Act III. Berlin Boos an Inert and Ugly 'Tristan'
  • Caged birds sometimes pluck out their breast feathers.
  • It always helps to have someone point out where you've written gibberish and pluck out the spelling mistakes.
  • Wow! I luck out! We go back the same way.
  • Wow! I luck out! We are going back the same way.
  • They pluck out thick slices of tandoori chicken seared over flaming coals, dip them in mint chutney and stuff them into the mouth with passion.
  • “My advice is that thou pluck out thy wing-feathers, wherewith thou speedest thy flight, and tarry with us in tranquillity, eating of our meat and drinking of our drink in this pasturage, that aboundeth in trees rife with fruits yellow-ripe and we will sojourn, we and thou, in this fruitful stead and enjoy the company of one another.” The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Neither could the reference have been to “giving” in the simple sense of that word; if they could pluck out their eyes there was no impossibility in merely _giving_ them to the apostle. Spare Hours
  • The 42-page comic can be read in a single sitting, though it'll take several sweeps to pluck out the myriad subtexts and visual motifs.
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