Recent Examples of luckily from the Web
But luckily the qualities required to succeed aren’t lacking in our underserved communities.
For North Texans who want to leave this year’s cooking up to the professionals, there are luckily no shortage of dining options to choose from.
The records had originally been written in German, but, luckily, had been translated by the Oak Creek Historical Society at one point.
Every so often, though, the supermodel takes the guesswork out of the shopping experience by actually wearing a piece from one of our favorite affordable retailers—and, even more luckily, one that's still in stock.
George is just a four-year-old boy, and luckily for him, that’s exactly how he’ll be treated at Thomas’s Battersea, his posh London school.
And luckily, with three children, there’s always another child to hold.
And luckily, because so few staff are in the hospital, what food supplies have been on hand have been plenty to feed Cormier, his wife and sister-in-law.
More reading: Alaska's long winters can be tough on the body and mind, but luckily, there are plenty of strategies to combat the stresses brought on by cold weather.
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