as luck would have it
as luck would have it
by good or bad luck; as it turned out; by chance. •

As luck would have it, we had a flat tire.

As luck would have it, the check came in the mail today.

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{adv. clause} As it happened; by chance; luckily or unluckily. * /As luck would have it, no one was in the building when the explosion occurred./ * /As luck would have it, there was rain on the day of the picnic./

Dictionary of American idioms. 2013.

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