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Never Been So Lucky ( something very fortunate happened ... )

"Never Been So Lucky"

When something very lucky happens, you can say "I've never been so lucky."

Example: "I got off the bus in West Seattle, turned around, and you were there. I've never been so lucky."

"Never been so lucky" means that it was a very lucky thing that happened.

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No Ifs, Ands, Or Buts About It

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