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fluk·y

also fluk·ey  (flo͞o′kē)
adj. fluk·i·er, fluk·i·est
1. Resulting from or depending on mere chance.
2. Constantly shifting; uncertain: a fluky wind.

[From fluke.]

fluk′i·ly adv.
fluk′i·ness n.

flukily

(ˈfluːkɪlɪ)
adv
in a fluky way; by chance
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As his story progresses chapter by chapter (in pieces first published separately but here almost invisibly sutured together), Hemon flukily escapes the war that destroys his nation and adopts a new life and a new language in the United States, making a final, harrowing collision with mortality.
Striker Kevin Davies then made it 2-1 right on half-time when his cross flukily ended up beating Thomas Sorensen at his near post.
They have also enjoyed the odd massive slice of luck such as against Spurs on Saturday when they flukily held on for a 1-0 win.
Actually, the replay indicates that, in keeping with the night's events, it flukily came off his shoulder.
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During a quarter-final showdown with Portugal the Czech Republic midfielder brilliantly, or flukily, lobbed the ball over Vitor Baia.