Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See lucky.
“Well, it's spelled "luckie", not "lucky", but that looks like a box of cigarettes to me.”
“I just don't buy vince as handsome or charismatic, he is often paired up with pretty females leads, but I just don't see the appeal, if anything he should just be the funny brother or stoner roommate luckie on Jan 9, 2010”
“Aye relly relly gots luckie tihs tyme, tihs is my very not-second not-second!”
“August 1, 2008 at 9:14 pm oes iz unnerstnding i has neethur iz onlee luckie coz i b lukin liyke tryangul iffin i has junk in teh frunt.”
“Well met, Gentlemen, this is luckie that we meet so just together at this very door.”
“This yéere was verie luckie to the English nation, but yet the armie of the Danes lodged all the winter season in the Ile of”
“And this one thing séemed onelie to disappoint the luckie fortune that was accustomed to follow Cesar in all his other enterprises.”
“I am happy to inform you the Ruby arrived four days ago which brought us the 100 Hhds Tobacco without a farthing of Insurance which is very luckie and will help to make the loss on the tobacco fall season.”
“For oh! what a randy auld luckie is she, &c. Freen's! gi'e your advice!”
“And here, the luckie coming back, he turned from me as if with impatience to renew their former conversation.”
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