|luck of the Irish
||(See the luck of the Irish)
||have good luck, a lucky break
||She lucked out at the casino. She won a thousand dollars.
||(See a lucky break)
||a lucky person, someone who has just won a prize
||When I told Bill I won the car, he said, "You lucky dog!"
||a series of lucky wins, string of good luck
||He lost the bet on the sixth race, and his lucky streak ended.
||put together, place in the same category
||They lumped us all together - young, old, rich, poor.
||alcoholic, in the tank, wino
||Joni was a lush when she met me. Now she doesn't drink at all.