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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of luck.

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Examples

  • There right practice makes perfect. people learn from there mistakes sooner or later our lucks is going to run out its past time to profile all the accused were caught after the deed was done.

    We can't prevent every terrorism attack, Republican says

  • I am wondering what the result will be when two 'lucks' -- in other words, two unconsciousnesses, of which one is adroit and fortunate, the other inept and bungling -- meet and in some measure blend in the same venture, the same undertaking?

    The Buried Temple

  • Candies and snacks are served in the candy box; bless people having all kind of lucks after taste.

    KIX-FILES

  • Dx - I know people who refuse to refer to pot'lucks 'as such, based simply on the reference to' luck '.

    The Eagle & Child

  • Dx - I know people who refuse to refer to pot'lucks 'as such, based simply on the reference to' luck '.

    The Eagle & Child

  • Dx - I know people who refuse to refer to pot'lucks 'as such, based simply on the reference to' luck '.

    The Eagle & Child

  • Dx - I know people who refuse to refer to pot'lucks 'as such, based simply on the reference to' luck '.

    The Eagle & Child

  • Dx - I know people who refuse to refer to pot'lucks 'as such, based simply on the reference to' luck '.

    The Eagle & Child

  • In this neo-classic, Dixon is a WWII veteran who lucks into a career as Instructor of History at an unnamed university south of London.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • In this neo-classic, Dixon is a WWII veteran who lucks into a career as Instructor of History at an unnamed university south of London.

    Lucky Jim (copy)

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