four-leaf clover

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four-leaf clover

[fawr-leef, fohr-]
noun
a clover leaf having four leaflets instead of the usual three, purported to bring good luck.

Origin:
1840–50

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four-leaf clover or four-leaved clover
 
n
1.  a clover with four leaves rather than three, supposed to bring good luck
2.  another name for cloverleaf
 
four-leaved clover or four-leaved clover
 
n

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Example sentences
Its crystalline headlamp housings are arranged in a nifty four-leaf clover pattern.
Make a charming leprechaun, search for a pot of gold and find a lucky four-leaf clover to win a prize.
Beneath the parasol arrange on the center of the rugs a pine table made in the shape of a big four-leaf clover.
But then he finds a four-leaf clover that enables him to see a water nixie.
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