Tucks vs Lucks - What's the difference?
As a verb tucks
As a noun tucks
As a proper noun lucks is
Something that happens to someone by chance, a chance occurrence.
- The raffle is just a matter of luck .
- Sometimes it takes a bit of luck to get success.
- I couldn't believe my luck when I found a fifty dollar bill on the street.
A superstitious feeling that brings fortune or success.
- Gilbert had some bad luck yesterday — he got pick-pocketed and lost fifty dollars.
- He blew on the dice for luck .
- I wish you lots of luck for the exam tomorrow.
- I tried for ages to find a pair of blue suede shoes, but didn't have any luck .
- He has a lot of luck with the ladies, perhaps it is because of his new motorbike.
* fortune (both senses)
* bad luck
* down on one's luck
* good luck
* lucky break
* luck out
* luck of the draw
* luck of the Irish
* luck upon
* push one's luck
* ride one's luck
* run of bad luck
* sheer luck
* streak of good luck
To succeed by chance.
To rely on luck.
- His plan lucked out.
To carry out relying on luck.
- No plan. We're just to going to have to luck through.
1000 English basic words
- Our plan is to luck it through.