[ US /ˈɫəki/ ]
[ UK /lˈʌki/ ]
[ UK /lˈʌki/ ]
occurring by chance
a lucky guess
a lucky escape
presaging or likely to bring good luck or a good outcome
a favorable time to ask for a raise
a prosperous moment to make a decision
having or bringing good fortune
my lucky day
a lucky man
How To Use lucky In A Sentence
- I still date chicks who are lucky to own a bedframe. 15 Annoying Things Most Girlfriends Do (That You Have to Put Up With) | Manolith
- Alex's is predestined, of course, and lucky for him he's able to stand up to it. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN
- We were a bit unlucky with the group. The Sun
- Some lucky local with an open fire had determined the evening warranted a little extra cheer, more than the central heating could provide, and had lit a small blaze on his hearth.
- It was a responsible situation he felt for a boy of thirteen, and he meant to do his very best to keep it now that he had been lucky enough to get it; in the far-off future, too, he saw himself no longer the van-boy, but in the proud position now occupied by Joshua as driver, and this he considered, though a lofty, was by no means an unreasonable ambition. Our Frank and other stories
- The fishing was certainly tough but several lucky anglers did connect with good fish.
- The Norwegian's header across goal seemed to leave Arveladze with an unmissable chance, but Culkin made a brave stop and was extremely unlucky that the rebound fell to Reyna, who scored from six yards.
- Brunhild, a mischievous, strong-minded goldfish (the voice of Noah Cyrus, Miley's younger sister), is determined to become a little girl when she's rescued from a jar and befriended by Sosuke (the voice of Frankie Jonas, the Jonas Brothers 'kid brother), a plucky, self-reliant 5-year-old. No Time's Right for 'Traveler's Wife'
- He's gone straight to the top, the lucky bastard.
- He is also tall, good-looking and ferociously lucky. Times, Sunday Times