- a having or bringing misfortune
- There are prostitutes here, transplanted Eskimos, a failed comic who sells silver polish door to door so that he can force luckless customers to watch his act.
- The illness until recently was thought of as the rare province of luckless adults--the overachieving businessman given to sullen lows and impulsive highs; the underachieving uncle .
- The Imam tried to shoot his way out but Sallal blasted the palace with artillery, and luckless Badr died in the ruins.
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- Stanley Cup Final 2013: Can The Blackhawks Keep Up Their Game 5 Magic?
At the start of this week, much was made of the fact that the Chicago Blackhawks have been luckless of late in Game 3s when the 2013 Stanley Cup Final shuffled to Boston in a 1-1 deadlock. At the tail end of this week, as the series returns to Chicago in a 2-2 knot, it is therefore only fair to reflect on the Hawks’ clear historical advantage over the Bruins in Game 5s. Saturday night will be ...
June 22, 2013 - Bleacher Report
- William Howard Russell in Truthdig
The Crimean War correspondent William Howard Russell, considered by many to be the first war reporter, called himself "the miserable parent of a luckless tribe" with good reason.
- Larry Sabato in Independent
The justices have unwittingly come to the luckless GOP's aid; they may have just influenced several key mid-term races in a way no fund-raising visit from Bush, Cheney, Giuliani, Hastert, McCain, Mehlman, or Rove could have,commented Larry...
- Joachim Loew in Bloomberg
We're not preoccupied with this luckless run, we're in excellent shape and totally focused on success,Loew said.