a streak of (good) luck

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a streak of (good) luck

A period of continuous good fortune. We've had a real streak of luck ahead of the build. The planning permission came through very quickly, the bank approved our second loan application, and the weather is supposed to stay sunny and dry for the next few months. With this refund from the IRS, it looks like my streak of good luck is still going!
See also: luck, of, streak

streak of good luck

 and string of good luck
a series of fortunate events. After a series of failures, we started out on a streak of good luck.
See also: good, luck, of, streak
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But it was a streak of luck this week for Cocoa Brown founder Marissa Carter when Kylie Jenner appeared looking a little lined in Cocoa Brown tan.
For example, biographer Robert Conot reports in his book A Streak of Luck:
Newspapermen flocked to Menlo Park in the hope of being the first to catch the latest marvel from the magician's workshop." This story comes from A Streak of Luck, the title of which refers to an Edison comment in 1869: "I'll never give up for I may have a streak of luck before I die."
"No other man," opines Robert Conot in A Streak of Luck, "has ever been responsible for striking the spring of so much wealth, nor had such influence on the lives of so many people." In 1979, one century after Edison developed the first practical incandescent light bulb, Conot noted: "Motion pictures are a $2 billion industry in the United States; phonograph and recording, $1.5 billion.