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Lucky

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To cut one’s lucky. To decamp or make off quickly: I must cut my stick. As luck means chance, the phrase may signify, “I must give up my chance and be off. (See Cut …)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Lucifers (1833)
Lucifera [Pride]
Luciferians
Lucinian
Lucius
Luck
Luck for Fools
Luck in Odd Numbers
Luck of Eden Hall (The)
Luck or Lucky Penny
Lucky
Lucky Stone (A)
Lucrezia di Borgia
Lucullus sups with Lucullus
Lucus a non Lucendo
Lucy (St.)
Lucy and Colin
Lud
Lud’s Bulwark
Lud’s Town
Ludgate