Recent Examples of luckily from the Web
But luckily, reaching your fitness goals doesn't have to mean shedding pounds at a steady, rapid clip.
But luckily, John Boyega (Jake Pentecost) and Cailee Spaeny (Amara Namani) know quite a bit about kaiju history.
His sister, Taryn Hibshman, is a senior at Stoneman Douglas but had luckily stayed home that day, her brother said.
Maura’s family took a weekend trip to Miami to visit Alvarez’s camp, hoping his son would get an opportunity—and luckily, their wish came true.
Just last September, the sun unleashed a flare classified as X9.3, the most powerful flare recorded in a decade, which also released a CME that luckily didn’t hit us.
In my opinion, pickles would help round it out, and luckily small alterations like that will be happily accommodated.
Herrick didn’t have any of the necessary documentation to apply for one, but luckily, his mother was in town visiting.
This photo was taken in one of our favorite rooms and luckily one that the 90s renovation didn't disrupt.
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LUCKILY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of luckily for English Language Learners
—used to say that something good or lucky has happened
LUCKILY Defined for Kids
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