luckily the Internet has an answer to each and every one of these questions.
luckily he had the smooth-talking Andy Griffith to give him advice.
luckily, they will both continue to write for us from there.
They all climbed out a two-foot gap in the elevator, whose car, luckily, did not move during their escapes.
luckily, public transport (the tram) is brilliantly efficient, cost-effective, and blissfully above ground.
luckily Jerome, through his old gathering for the apothecary, knew them all.
There was no water at Point Malcolm, but luckily we had filled our canteens.
luckily for us, the wind was nearly aft, so that we did not feel its effects nearly so much as if it had been on our beam.
luckily, at four came early-morning temperatures; that roused her.
He soon came to see the habit in its true light, and gave it up, luckily, before he became its slave.