Definition of Tough luck

1. Noun. An unfortunate state resulting from unfavorable outcomes.




Definition of Tough luck

1. Noun. (idiomatic) Bad luck. ¹

2. Interjection. (idiomatic) Bad luck. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tough Luck

touchy
touchy-feeliness
touchy-feely
tough
tough-head
tough-minded
tough-pitch
tough-skinned
tough call
tough case
tough cookie
tough cookies
tough crowd
tough guy
tough love
tough luck (current term)
tough nut to crack
tough nuts to crack
tough out
tough road to hoe
tough row to hoe
tough toodles
tough tuchus
toughed
toughed out
toughen
toughen up

Literary usage of Tough luck

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1. Hopalong Cassidy by Clarence Edward Mulford (1910)
"tough luck, tough luck," Curtis muttered slowly. " D—n tough, if you asks me," Frisco growled. "What happened to th' others?" Curtis asked, referring to ..."

2. Hopalong Cassidy by Clarence Edward Mulford (1910)
"tough luck, tough luck," Curtis muttered slowly. " D—n tough, if you asks me," Frisco growled. " What happened to th' others ? ..."

3. General Kenney Reports: A Personal History of the Pacific War by George C. Kenney (1997)
""tough luck, Sergeant," I said. "How did it happen?" The sergeant hadn't noticed me come in. He was puffing away contentedly on a cigarette and watching the ..."

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