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lucky British & World English

Having, bringing, or resulting from good luck

lucky English Thesaurus

I'm lucky to have such a caring family

get lucky British & World English

Experience good luck

lucky bag British & World English

Another term for grab bag.

lucky dip British & World English

A game in which small prizes are concealed in a container and chosen at random by participants

lucky devil British & World English

Used to express envy at someone else’s good fortune

lucky bean British & World English

A plant of the pea family which produces poisonous shiny scarlet beans with a black eye, sometimes used as amulets

lucky charm British & World English

An object or person that is thought to bring good luck

strike lucky British & World English

Have good luck in a particular matter

happy-go-lucky British & World English

Cheerfully unconcerned about the future

happy-go-lucky English Thesaurus

their casual, happy-go-lucky manner

strike me lucky British & World English

Used to express astonishment or indignation

third time lucky British & World English

Used to express the hope that, after twice failing to accomplish something, one may succeed in the third attempt

you will be lucky British & World English

Used to imply in an ironic or resigned way that someone’s wishes or expectations are unlikely to be fulfilled

break1 British & World English

An opportunity or chance, especially one leading to professional success

thank one's lucky stars British & World English

Feel grateful for one’s good fortune

get lucky in lucky British & World English

Experience good luck

lucky devil in lucky British & World English

Used to express envy at someone else’s good fortune

strike lucky in strike British & World English

Have good luck in a particular matter

strike me lucky in strike British & World English

Used to express astonishment or indignation

third time lucky in third British & World English

Used to express the hope that, after twice failing to accomplish something, one may succeed in the third attempt

thank one's lucky stars in thank British & World English

Feel grateful for one’s good fortune

lucky devil or lucky you, her, etc. in lucky British & World English

Used to express envy at someone else’s good fortune

strike it lucky in strike British & World English

Have good luck in a particular matter

you will be lucky in lucky British & World English

Used to imply in an ironic or resigned way that someone’s wishes or expectations are unlikely to be fulfilled

strike me lucky or pink in strike British & World English

Used to express astonishment or indignation

third time lucky or US third time is the charm in third British & World English

Used to express the hope that, after twice failing to accomplish something, one may succeed in the third attempt

you or he etc. will be lucky or should be so lucky in lucky British & World English

Used to imply in an ironic or resigned way that someone’s wishes or expectations are unlikely to be fulfilled


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