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Lucky is a relatively colloquial adjective that is applied to situations that turn out well by chance: lucky at cards; my lucky day. Happy emphasizes a pleasant ending or something that happens at just the right moment: By a happy accident, I received the package on time. Fortunate implies that success is obtained by the operation of favorable circumstances more than by direct effort; it is usually applied to grave or large matters (especially those happening in the ordinary course of things): fortunate in one’s choice of a partner; a fortunate investment.  

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Or, as sometimes happens, when we get lucky and the environment is changed for us!
I mean, a number of times an incredibly lucky thing happened.
If we’re lucky enough, we will live long enough to do something with our life that will make an impact.
DEBBIE ALLEN’S GRANDMOTHER LOVE DOUBLEDJOI-MARIE MCKENZIESEPTEMBER 11, 2020ESSENCE.COM
If lucky, we may have more than decade of data privacy protection left, experts say.
Putting together a home office setup that's pleasant, comfortable, and productive can be tough and time consuming, but lucky for you, we’ve been working from home for years here at Ars.
It was a lucky thing for the pioneers of flight that birds existed.
THE SCIENCE BEHIND HOW AN AIRCRAFT GLIDESBY PETER GARRISON/FLYING MAGSEPTEMBER 3, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
When it comes to most meals, you’re lucky to achieve two of those attributes.
That truth leads to what all athletes learn, if they are lucky enough not to blow up first.
A fax informed the lucky recipient he had a share of millions of dollars trapped in a Nigerian bank account – but a little money and personal bank account information were needed first.
DON’T CLICK THAT ZOOM INVITATION!RHHACKETTFORTUNEAUGUST 19, 2020FORTUNE
I don’t want to say they’re in a death spiral, but they’ve got to get lucky now and find that hit we all talk about.

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