One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘I can, quite flukily, produce a respectable salmon but it will be accompanied by charred fingers, mayonnaise where oil and egg sulk in separate corners of the bowl, frayed tempers and slammed fridge doors.’
- ‘Depending on which side you were supporting he either showed a piece of brilliance by cleverly kicking the ball over the try line or flukily made contact with ball as he flung his boot at it.’
- ‘Later I went back to school and was hired, flukily, to be the associate editor of a journal called Gulf Coast, out of the University of Houston, in Houston, Texas (godforsaken town).’
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