fluky

[floo-kee]
adjective, flukier, flukiest.
1.
obtained by chance rather than skill.
2.
uncertain, as a wind.

Origin:
1865–70; fluke2 + y1

flukiness, noun
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fluky or flukey (ˈfluːkɪ)
 
adj , flukier, flukiest
1.  done or gained by an accident, esp a lucky one
2.  variable; uncertain: fluky weather
 
flukey or flukey
 
adj
 
'flukiness or flukey
 
n

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Example sentences
Moreover, a bigger playoff pool increases the odds of fluky results.
By some fluky coincidence, there is almost always a light following wind at the start of races over this course.
He follows up fluky breakout games with disappointing production the next week.
The wind was getting light and inclined to be fluky, and the race was becoming slower.
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