Definition of Costanza luck
noun - uncountable
- good luck. From the Seinfeld character George Costanza, who always had something go wrong for him, but whose temporary misfortune resulted in good fortune and abundance.
- good luck caused by accident or chance; incidential good fortune; good fortune caused by unintentional actions
I love my Costanza luck, I found a gold ring in the beach sand looking for my nickel.
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