Definition of Luck through
1. Verb. Act by relying on one's luck.
Generic synonyms: Adventure, Chance, Gamble, Hazard, Risk, Run A Risk, Take A Chance, Take Chances
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Literary usage of Luck through
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Report of the Annual Meeting (1896)
"In Lancashire if any householder's fire does not burn through the night of New Year's eve it betokens bad luck through the ensuing year ; and if any one ..."
2. Liberty And Justice by Tibor R. Machan (2006)
"... it is definitely not a state brought about, except in a facetious sense, by bad luck through no fault of one's own. By making it, at least doctrinally, ..."
3. Observations in Husbandry by Edward Lisle (1757)
"... told me rnT'ofn'g in January, anno 1698, that he had had ill luck through, this year in his cows ; for three had warped, and one gone through. ..."
4. Patriotic Addresses in America and England: From 1850 to 1885, on Slavery by Henry Ward Beecher (1887)
"There have been men—there are yet—for stupidity is long-lived—who regard Grant as only a man of luck. Surely he was ! Is it not luck through such an ..."
5. The Swedish Settlements on the Delaware: Their History and Relation to the by Amandus Johnson (1911)
"Otherwise he has demanded nothing besides his board, because he only wishes to gain some experience or try his luck through this journey. (26). ..."
6. Representative Phi Beta Kappa Orations by Phi Beta Kappa (1915)
"Through rise and fall in money values, then, as well as through mere luck, through monopoly, through theft, and through gambling, it actually does come to ..."