(one's) lucky day

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(one's) lucky day

A particular day or moment in one's life when one experiences extremely good luck, fortune, or favor. Wow, that's the third hand of poker I've won in a row—it must be my lucky day! Sir, today is your lucky day: you've been selected for an all-expenses-paid trip to the Bahamas!
See also: lucky
References in classic literature ?
THE 15th of August 1771 was a lucky day for all the boys and girls and grown-up people too of the English-speaking race, for on that day Walter Scott was born in Edinburgh.
said Mrs Musgrove, "it was a lucky day for us, when you were put captain into that ship.
It is the most unbelievably lucky day ever," said Kieft, 20, of Riverside.
It's summer, when on a lucky day you can buy live, hand-picked shrimp from a bait stand and eat honestly fresh shrimp for the first time in your life--or at least this summer.
Ussually I snarl at urchins and kick over beggars, but this is lucky day for the street people of Portland Oregan .
If you are ready to sell at the top of the market, today is your lucky day.
Why you should care: If you need to accomplish the secondary assembly of plastic products using ultrasonic, spin, vibration, hot plate, infrared or heatstaking, this may be your lucky day.
The Ukrainian soccer team, which recently lost a match 2-0 against England, might be forgiven for thinking it was not their lucky day on 1 June when the two aircraft they travelled to Britain on were detained by British airport authorities.
The fortune inside said, "This will be your lucky day.
And, of course, tomorrow could be the chairman's lucky day.
It was a lucky day for the Society, because John became an active, committed volunteer.
In a survey that asked consumers their view of Porsche 911 drivers, only 27% of respondents declared them to be "cool"; but in sharp contrast, 89% agreed it would be their lucky day if they were given an unexpected chance to drive that car.
And I realised that I had indeed chosen my lucky day, Lin.
A MAN'S lucky day at a New York state casino went up in smoke - along with his winnings.
It is their lucky day if it is left insecure and they can get easy access to the premises.