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luck·less

 (lŭk′lĭs)
adj.
Having or marked by a lack of good fortune; unlucky. See Synonyms at unfortunate.

luckless

(ˈlʌklɪs)
adj
having no luck; unlucky
ˈlucklessly adv
ˈlucklessness n

luck•less

(ˈlʌk lɪs)

adj.
unfortunate; hapless or ill-fated: a luckless venture.
[1555–65]
luck′less•ly, adv.
luck′less•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.luckless - having or bringing misfortuneluckless - having or bringing misfortune; "Friday the 13th is an unlucky date"
unfortunate - not favored by fortune; marked or accompanied by or resulting in ill fortune; "an unfortunate turn of events"; "an unfortunate decision"; "unfortunate investments"; "an unfortunate night for all concerned"

luckless

adjective unlucky, unfortunate, unsuccessful, hapless, unhappy, disastrous, cursed, hopeless, jinxed, calamitous, ill-starred, star-crossed, unpropitious, ill-fated the luckless parent of an extremely difficult child

luckless

adjective
Involving or undergoing chance misfortune:
Translations
سَيِّئ الحَظ
nešťastný
uheldig
peches
óheppinn
şanssıztalihsiz

luckless

[ˈlʌklɪs] ADJdesdichado, desafortunado

luckless

[ˈlʌkləs] adj
[person] → malchanceux/euse
[trip] → marqué(e) par la malchance

luckless

adjglücklos; attempt alsoerfolglos

luckless

[ˈlʌklɪs] adj (liter) → sfortunato/a

luck

(lak) noun
1. the state of happening by chance. Whether you win or not is just luck – there's no skill involved.
2. something good which happens by chance. She has all the luck!
ˈluckless adjective
unfortunate. luckless children.
ˈlucky adjective
1. having good luck. He was very lucky to escape alive.
2. bringing good luck. a lucky number; a lucky charm.
ˈluckily adverb
ˈluckiness noun
lucky dip
a form of amusement at a fair etc in which prizes are drawn from a container without the taker seeing what he is getting.
bad luck!
an expression of sympathy for someone who has failed or been unlucky.
good luck!
an expression of encouragement made to someone who is about to take part in a competition, sit an exam etc. She wished him good luck.
worse luck!
most unfortunately!. He's allowing me to go, but he's coming too, worse luck!
References in periodicals archive ?
Certainly, despite the lucklessness of Coventry's last-ditch defeat to Ipswich Town on Monday night, there were more than just rumblings of discontent at Highfield Road.
The final major impression she should leave in the sport may no longer be one of embittered remorse and lucklessness but one of courage and perseverance, of goodness instead of greatness.