fluky fluky


  • (adj) subject to accident or chance or change



  1. The Americans evened the score with a fluky goal before the half was out but McLean got one more chance to break the tie.
  2. THE assault from the left was furious, fluky and bizarre.
  3. The theft had a fluky ending.


  • Fantasy Football Week 3: Fact or Fiction on Week 2's Top Performers

    A big game in fantasy football does not always lead to another one. It is important to separate the one-week wonders from the potential studs. You certainly do not want to waste a waiver priority on a fluky player who provides nothing for the rest of the season. Then again, you do not want to miss out on a gem that will help you win all year. This slideshow will help you differentiate the fact ...
    on September 18, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report


  1. "It was just fluky," Smoltz said. "I don't know how it happened. It happened so fast, and the next thing I know, I'm looking at my hand going 'oh no' - and I'm coming off the field."
    on May 14, 2007 By: John Smoltz Source: USA Today

  2. "We slugged our way through. It could have gone either way," Lightning coach John Tortorella said. "A big play wins it. Fluky goals both ways on both teams, but we just found a way to slug our way through and get a win."
    on Apr 16, 2007 By: John Tortorella Source: ESPN

  3. "You're up by two," said Clowe, "and we've been pretty good this year going to the third, putting teams away. They got a pretty fluky goal, the first one. I think it went off Demers skate. Then, they played well. It was a good hockey game all...
    on Nov 13, 2009 By: Ryane Clowe Source: Examiner.com

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