happy-go-lucky

[ hap-ee-goh-luhk-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF happy-go-lucky

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He was a happy-go-lucky person and he could not give his child a large dowry.

There was something infectious in his happy-go-lucky light-heartedness.

There was something very boyish and happy-go-lucky in his attitude and manner.

The Happy-go-lucky was also bound for that bay to land her cargo.

The happy-go-lucky Venetian methods were no longer to disfigure the country.

"Happy-Go-Lucky" is scarcely the name for an inn accursed by so many horrors.

“The people say one is the Happy-go-lucky, sir,” drawled Smith.

They moved in just as it was, in the most happy-go-lucky sort of way.

He is happy-go-lucky, and taking thought of the morrow is not one of his troubles.

Happy-go-lucky, careless, indifferent as to the favours or reverses of fortune.

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