luck in

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luck in

To be very lucky or fortunate; to experience particularly good luck. (A nonstandard variant of "luck out.") I really lucked in with my graduate school program. I have the most amazing group of professors and peers!
See also: luck
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Bedlington Neighbourhood Insp Ross Davidson said: "We've seen an increase in the number of incidents where it's apparent that thieves are trying their luck in the off chance of finding an unlocked door or window.
There was no such luck in the second half either, with the game marred by six bookings and the sending off of Orient's Efe Echanomi for violent conduct.
May I wish Chris the very best of luck in his endeavour, our thoughts are with him as he faces the week ahead.
Fosse'' fans might try their luck in London, Vienna, Melbourne - or in any of many states in the United States where ``Fosse'' could be in full operation long before the new millennium arrives.
During the next four weeks, millions of people worldwide are expected to try their luck in the U.