adjective see fluky

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  • flukey — adjective a) lucky We would have got to Spain already if it wasnt for the flukey wind. b) unstable, prone to rapid and unpredictable changes Syn: jammy See Also: fluke …   Wiktionary

  • flukey — fluke ► NOUN ▪ a lucky chance occurrence. ► VERB ▪ achieve by luck rather than skill. DERIVATIVES fluky (also flukey) adjective. ORIGIN perhaps a dialect word …   English terms dictionary

  • flukey — adjective subject to accident or chance or change a chancy appeal at best getting that job was definitely fluky a fluky wind an iffy proposition • Syn: ↑chancy, ↑fluky, ↑iffy …   Useful english dictionary

  • flukey — /flooh kee/, adj., flukier, flukiest. fluky. * * * …   Universalium

  • flukey — fluk·ey || fluːkɪ adj. subject to accident; chancy, uncertain; iffy; gained through luck and not skill (Slang) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • flukey — fluk·ey …   English syllables

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  • chancy — adj. 1. depending on chance. Syn: chanceful, dicey, dodgy, hazardous, risky. [WordNet 1.5] 2. subject to accident or chance or change. Syn: fluky, flukey, iffy. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • fluky — also flukey adjective (flukier; est) Date: 1867 1. happening by or depending on chance 2. being unsteady or uncertain used especially of wind …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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