Lucky - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈlʌkɪ|  American pronunciation of the word lucky
Brit.  |ˈlʌkɪ|  British pronunciation of the word lucky


- occurring by chance
a lucky escape
a lucky guess
- presaging or likely to bring good luck or a good outcome (syn: favorable, favourable, golden, prosperous)
lucky stars

Extra examples

We're lucky that things turned out as well as they did.

I feel lucky to be alive.

I count myself lucky to know you.

“I managed to get a ticket!” “Lucky you! They were all sold out by the time I got there.”

Tickets were available only for the lucky few.

The lucky winner will be given a brand new car.

I know you'll enjoy the show if you're lucky enough to get a ticket.

Congratulations on getting the job, you lucky dog .

He scored a goal on a lucky shot.

Their meeting was a lucky accident.

It's lucky that we got here early.

You are lucky to be alive.

The children were lucky to survive the fire which destroyed their home.

I'll be lucky if I get any of my money back.

I was tremendously lucky that I didn't die in the accident.

Word forms

comparative: luckier
superlative: luckiest
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