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live in a tree

old-fashioned To be very fortunate; to have exceptionally good luck. Vasquez has been living in a tree this game—he's allowed over twenty hits, but somehow hasn't had a single run against him.
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live in a tree

To be lucky. A '50s college expression, used in such contexts as telling a roommate whose exam for which he was unprepared was suddenly postponed: “Jeez, pal— you live in a tree.”
See also: live, tree
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