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Five lucky winners will each receive $1,000.
None of his sisters had been lucky with men.
You're lucky that he was there.
It's lucky that I arrived when I did.
You're really lucky to be alive.
I was lucky enough to get a job very easily.
Consider yourself lucky you still have a home to go to.
This is the American English definition of lucky. View British English definition of lucky.
if a cat purrs, it makes a continuous quiet low sound because it is happy
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