• Definition for "fluky"
    • caused by or dependent on mere possibility.
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fluky definition

  • adjective:
    • caused by or dependent on mere possibility.
    • Resulting from or according to simple opportunity.
    • Constantly moving; unsure: a fluky wind.
    • continuously moving; uncertain: a fluky wind.
    • caused by or depending on mere opportunity.
    • Constantly moving; uncertain: a fluky wind.
    • Alternative spelling of flukey.
    • Alternative spelling of flukey.
    • Alternative spelling of flukey.
    • Formed like, or having, a fluke.
    • Formed like, or having, a fluke.
    • Resulting from or according to mere opportunity.
    • caused by or depending on mere possibility.
    • caused by or based mere possibility.
    • Resulting from or based on simple possibility.
    • Resulting from or based mere possibility.
    • continuously shifting; uncertain: a fluky wind.
    • continuously shifting; uncertain: a fluky wind.
    • Resulting from or according to mere opportunity.
    • Resulting from or depending on mere chance.
    • Formed like, or having, a fluke.
    • continuously moving; unsure: a fluky wind.
    • caused by or depending on mere possibility.
    • Constantly shifting; uncertain: a fluky wind.
    • alternate spelling of flukey.
    • Constantly shifting; uncertain: a fluky wind.
    • Constantly moving; uncertain: a fluky wind.
    • Alternative spelling of flukey.
    • Constantly shifting; unsure: a fluky wind.
    • Formed like, or having, a fluke.
    • Alternative spelling of flukey.
    • continuously moving; unsure: a fluky wind.
    • Alternative spelling of flukey.
    • alternate spelling of flukey.
    • Alternative spelling of flukey.
    • Formed like, or having, a fluke.
    • Formed like, or having, a fluke.
    • Alternative spelling of flukey.
    • alternate spelling of flukey.
    • Formed like, or having, a fluke.
    • Formed like, or having, a fluke.
    • Formed like, or having, a fluke.
    • Formed like, or having, a fluke.
    • Formed like, or having, a fluke.
    • susceptible to accident or opportunity or change
    • subject to accident or opportunity or change
    • subject to accident or opportunity or change
    • subject to accident or possibility or alter
    • subject to accident or opportunity or transform
    • at the mercy of accident or possibility or change
    • subject to accident or chance or alter
    • subject to accident or opportunity or change
    • susceptible to accident or chance or alter
    • subject to accident or opportunity or change
    • caused by or according to mere possibility.
    • continuously moving; unsure: a fluky wind.
    • Alternative spelling of flukey.
    • Formed like, or having, a fluke.
    • at the mercy of accident or possibility or change
    • susceptible to accident or possibility or change
  • others:
    • created like or having a fluke or flukes.
    • created like or having a fluke or flukes.
    • associated with the nature of a fluke or fortunate opportunity; gotten by chance rather than by skill.
    • associated with nature of a fluke or fortunate possibility; obtained by possibility versus by ability.
    • Formed like or having a fluke or flukes.
    • In addition flooky.
    • In addition flooky.
    • of nature of a fluke or happy possibility; obtained by possibility in the place of by ability.
    • Formed like or having a fluke or flukes.
    • Uncertain; shifty: stated of wind. In addition flooky.
    • In addition flooky.
    • created like or having a fluke or flukes.
    • Uncertain; shifty: said regarding the wind. Additionally flooky.
    • Formed like or having a fluke or flukes.
    • regarding the nature of a fluke or fortunate opportunity; acquired by chance in place of by ability.
    • Uncertain; shifty: stated of wind. In addition flooky.
    • Of the nature of a fluke or lucky opportunity; obtained by possibility as opposed to by skill.
    • In addition flooky.
    • Formed like or having a fluke or flukes.
    • created like or having a fluke or flukes.
    • associated with nature of a fluke or lucky opportunity; gotten by opportunity in place of by ability.
    • created like or having a fluke or flukes.
    • created like or having a fluke or flukes.
    • Uncertain; shifty: stated associated with the wind. Also flooky.
    • Also flooky.
    • Also flooky.
    • Of the nature of a fluke or happy opportunity; acquired by possibility versus by ability.
    • associated with nature of a fluke or happy chance; gotten by chance in place of by skill.
    • Of the nature of a fluke or fortunate opportunity; obtained by opportunity versus by skill.
    • of nature of a fluke or lucky possibility; acquired by possibility versus by skill.
    • In addition flooky.
    • Also flooky.
    • In addition flooky.
    • Uncertain; shifty: said of the wind. In addition flooky.
    • Also flooky.
    • Uncertain; shifty: said associated with wind. Additionally flooky.
    • Uncertain; shifty: said associated with wind. Also flooky.
    • Uncertain; shifty: stated regarding the wind. Additionally flooky.
    • Uncertain; shifty: said of this wind. Also flooky.
    • Uncertain; shifty: said of the wind. Additionally flooky.
    • created like or having a fluke or flukes.
    • associated with nature of a fluke or lucky chance; obtained by possibility as opposed to by ability.
    • additionally flooky.
    • Uncertain; shifty: said of wind. Also flooky.
    • created like or having a fluke or flukes.
    • of this nature of a fluke or lucky chance; obtained by opportunity without by ability.
    • Also flooky.
    • Uncertain; shifty: said of wind. Also flooky.
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