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fluky

adjective \ˈflü-kē\
fluk·i·erfluk·i·est

Definition of FLUKY

1
:  happening by or depending on chance
2
:  being unsteady or uncertain —used especially of wind

Variants of FLUKY

fluky also fluk·ey \ˈflü-kē\

Examples of FLUKY

  1. <a fluky coincidence that kept me safely at home when the blizzard hit>
  2. <the fluky selection of consecutive numbers on consecutive days of the lottery>

First Known Use of FLUKY

1867

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