Luck [noun]

Definition of Luck:

good fortune

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Sentence/Example of Luck:

In part, it’s just bad luck that the United States is being slammed with these events back-to-back-to-back.

The NBA draft lottery isn’t all about luck — teams tank for a reason, of course — but the bouncing pingpong balls do play a big role.

The next point on the luck end of the spectrum was the stock market.

The most you can do is put yourself in the path of luck—but to think you can guess with certainty the actual outcome is a presumptuousness the true poker player foregoes.

So stats achieved before they can stabilize are mostly the result of luck.

I don’t see history as a comfort but rather as a guide to how much luck and skill it takes to maneuver through this stuff.

Who, as luck seemed sure to have it, was about to enter the world in the middle of a global pandemic.

In spite of this immoral trial, the child, by luck, somehow managed to come ashore to one Ebisu Saburo.

A summer break in cases “would be a great stroke of luck,” says Maciej Boni.

If not by good luck and good fortune, I would have been one of those people, and I never would have been Mary Daly on Freakonomics.