Did you by any chance mean licked?
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of luck.
“Ariel got China, Dave received India, and Kevin lucked out with Mexico.”
“Of course, Harry kind of lucked out is that a Vegas term? in the opponent he drew, but still, it was a surprisingly strong win.”
“Must be illegitimate - election, what election, he "lucked" into job.”
“Both Ratzinger and Cheney just happened to be already occupying positions where saying they just 'lucked' into a job is a cynical circumlocution - this has nothing to do with any American election (well, indirectly in terms of Vice President Cheney), but everything to do with perfect bureaucratic positioning.”
“The Pope was a disaster long before he just 'lucked' into the job, like Cheney did.”
“And really, he kind of lucked out on this one, Campbell.”
“And I kind of lucked out in that department, like I have a great family.”
“It looks like Cracktown kind of lucked out, but in other towns in the area ... fallen trees and/or mudslides and/or flooded rivers causing highways to be closed, power outages left, right, and centre ... aw man.”
“I guess I kind of lucked out with getting to play with these guys every Friday.”
“And the Marlins kind of lucked out that they were able to replace him by going out and getting Jeff Conine and Miguel Cabrera.”
‘lucked’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for lucked.