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happy-go-lucky

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Definition of happy-go-lucky in English:

adjective

Cheerfully unconcerned about the future: a happy-go-lucky attitude
More example sentences
  • Nonetheless, his happy-go-lucky attitude that he originally had changed to looking down at me.
  • Less tightly wound and introspective than his brother, Harry prefers to present a raffish, happy-go-lucky attitude.
  • We Scots are not, at the best of times, over-endowed with a sunny disposition and a happy-go-lucky attitude to life.
Synonyms
heedless, reckless, irresponsible, improvident

Words that rhyme with happy-go-lucky

clucky, ducky, Kentucky, lucky, mucky, plucky, yucky

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