How to use lucky in a sentence

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A lucky few have mosquito nets and under each of them huddle several athletes.
You'll be lucky to get out of the backfield with your ball carrier, but at least you won't be able to complete as many long bombs.
You obviously know the rules so let's see if your lucky break becomes a winning streak.
Bands should think themselves lucky to achieve such heights just once in their careers.
I'm lucky because the more you referee games and the more players get used to your face and your style of refereeing the better it is.
What happened in that dramatic 13th frame was that Stevens got the yellow with a lucky glance off the pink only to snooker himself on the green.
Five Narberth children caught in a rip tide off Morfa Bychan beach last Wednesday were lucky to escape with minor injuries.
However, it would leave such a nasty stain and I was so lucky this year to have such a clean locker.
The captain says that he doesn't believe in luck and there's no such thing as a lucky charm.
If I'm lucky enough to survive I will probably be wheelchair-bound by then.
She's been lucky to work closely with a tight group of artists, meaning that her work is remarkably consistent and remarkably polished.
She said she was lucky because state prosecutors advised the court to reject the case.
Of the ones selected for an award, she got those pieces to the various awarders and notified the lucky but deserving winners.
Your nose is blocked by sudden untapped reserves of mucus, so it's lucky you keep a box of paper tissues beside your bed.
While it's true that people can be lucky and do win on hunches, too many passive players consistently let impulse rule their responses.
And he applauded staff who have been made redundant and those lucky enough to still be employed.
Well two lucky rhymesters have won double passes to Splendour in the Grass on July 19-20 with their entries in the Echo's Splendour competition.
The jobs to be transferred will not be local jobs for local people, except perhaps for a few lucky returnees.
Youngsters enjoyed a lucky dip, face-painting and a treasure hunt, while parents hunted for bargains and stocked up on delicious homebaked cakes.
Women generally have a lot of fun organising cookery lessons with live demo, lucky dips and stalls and this year was no different.
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