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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

La′dy Luck′*(n.)

  1. the personification of luck as a lady bringing good or bad fortune.

    Category: Common Vocabulary

* (sometimes l.c.).

Origin of Lady Luck:

1930–35

Wiktionary

  1. Lady Luck(ProperNoun)

    In a mythological personification, luck and fortune symbolized as a blindfolded young lady, similar to Lady Justice.

Freebase

  1. Lady Luck

    Lady Luck is a fictional, American comic-strip and comic book crime fighter and adventuress created and designed in 1940 by Will Eisner with artist Chuck Mazoujian. Through 1946, she starred in a namesake, four-page weekly feature published in a Sunday-newspaper comic-book insert colloquially called "The Spirit Section". The feature, which ran through November 3, 1946, with one months-long interruption, was reprinted in comic books published by Quality Comics. A revamped version of the character debuted in 2013 in DC Comics's Phantom Stranger comic. Lady Luck was ranked 84th in Comics Buyer's Guide's "100 Sexiest Women in Comics" list.

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