narrowly and luckily escape
- Even one of the most famous athletes in the world has to take a hit.
- Have a narrow escape; have a close escape
- Hope for lucky escape from something undesirable
- It is not very easy to rehouse those works of art which have been spared
- The rectory burned but the church itself was spared.
- We never can expect to be exempt, as to our many children, from the afflictions of other parents
- The budget was narrowly approved by congress.
- Society defines success very narrowly.
- They built a community based narrowly on their own religious ideals.
- Luckily there was a taxi stand nearby.
- Luckily, figuring this out is one of the easiest things to do.
- Luckily we just did a Title B inventory.
- They escaped by artifice.
- They succeeded in escaping.
- That escaped prisoner is still at large.