I see one line that brings good luck
. There's a man coming into your life who will fetch ye good fortune.
again, Gaffer?' said a man with a squinting leer, who sculled her and who was alone, 'I know'd you was in luck
again, by your wake as you come down.'
And I'd ha' said the "Amens", and willing, at the holy matrimony; but Tookey's done it a good while now, and I hope you'll have none the worse luck
It was my unmitigated and absolute good fortune, good luck
, chance, call it what you will, that brought me through the fires of John Barleycorn.
And ever in vaguest whisperings and clearest trumpet-calls came the message that sometime, somewhere, somehow, he would run Luck
down, make himself the master of Luck
, and tie it and brand it as his own.
Hans soon came to himself, and got upon his legs again, sadly vexed, and said to the shepherd, 'This riding is no joke, when a man has the luck
to get upon a beast like this that stumbles and flings him off as if it would break his neck.
'He's a fool who trusts to luck
, one should make certain,' and I want to try."
"A Jonah's anything that spoils the luck
. Sometimes it's a man - sometimes it's a boy - or a bucket.
But I have noticed that those who continually dread ill luck
and fear it will overtake them, have no time to take advantage of any good fortune that comes their way.
Perhaps the luck
was beginning to turn; perhaps the Devil didn't always hold the best cards in this world.
I reached for some of it as quick as I could to throw over my left shoulder and keep off the bad luck
, but Miss Watson was in ahead of me, and crossed me off.
Trelawney, being a very open-handed gentleman, as we all know, has just asked me a word or two, and as I was able to tell him that every man on board had done his duty, alow and aloft, as I never ask to see it done better, why, he and I and the doctor are going below to the cabin to drink YOUR health and luck
, and you'll have grog served out for you to drink OUR health and luck