[ US /ˈɫəki/ ]
[ UK /lˈʌki/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. occurring by chance
    a lucky guess
    a lucky escape
  2. presaging or likely to bring good luck or a good outcome
    a favorable time to ask for a raise
    lucky stars
    a prosperous moment to make a decision
  3. having or bringing good fortune
    my lucky day
    a lucky man
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How To Use lucky In A Sentence

  • 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.
  • 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'
  • Not everyone was so lucky, and a lot of people, as always, took the off-ramp from Life. Tallulah Morehead: Dead Folks 2010: Everyone's Pushing Up Roses
  • If you are lucky enough to have a grassy paddock, it's worth the effort to get a couple of horses or a flock of sheep standing in just the right place.
  • You're very lucky to be alive after that accident.
  • A couple have told how they are lucky to be alive after a horse pulling their carriage ran amok and started a stampede during a holiday pleasure trip.
  • I think that it is because a man, to be attractive, must be free to give his whole time to it, and the Canadian male is so hounded by taxes and the rigours of our climate, that he is lucky to be alive, without being irresistible as well. 2009 June 30 | NIGEL BEALE NOTA BENE BOOKS
  • 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
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