Meaning of lucklessly in English:



See luckless

‘The six-year-old is overdue a winning turn and is fancied to step up on his recent Hereford outing, when he was lucklessly carried out by a loose horse approaching the final flight of hurdles.’
  • ‘Leeds lucklessly lost to Bayern Munich in the European Cup final and were then banned from Europe after an after match riot’
  • ‘Lucklessly for him, they rejected it too.’
  • ‘Grabbing lucklessly for more descriptive language for costumery, I see that my notes often describe dresses as "beauty-queen pageant gowns."’