Quick Answer: What Can I Say Instead Of Good Luck?

100+ Alternative Ways to Say “Good Luck!”

  • God speed!
  • Best wishes.
  • Blow them away!
  • All the best to you.
  • Live long and prosper!
  • You were made for this.
  • Go forth and conquer.
  • Break a leg!

What can I say instead of best wishes?

“Cordially” means “warmly” and “sincerely,” but the word feels too reserved to me. I prefer “Warm wishes” or “Sincerely,” which both feel warmer.

With Best Wishes

  1. Very truly yours,
  2. Respectfully,
  3. Yours truly,
  4. Sincerely yours,
  5. Sincerely,
  6. Best regards,
  7. Kind regards,
  8. With thanks,

What do you say to an actor for good luck?

Well-wishers typically say “Break a leg” to actors and musicians before they go on stage to perform. The origin of the phrase remains obscure. The expression reflects a theatrical superstition in which wishing a person “good luck” is considered bad luck.

What does it mean when someone says good luck?

If you say ‘Good luck’ or ‘Best of luck’ to someone, you are telling them that you hope they will be successful in something they are trying to do. “Best of luck!”

Is saying good luck bad luck?

Generally, it is considered bad luck to wish someone “good luck” in a theatre. Prior to performances, it is traditional for the cast to gather together to avert the bad luck by wishing each other bad luck or cursing – in English-speaking countries, the expression “break a leg” replaces the phrase “good luck”.

How do you wish someone?

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Can I say best of luck?

While “All the best” may seem like a generic, farewell closing and “Best of luck” might refer to something more specific, it’s unlikely anyone would find fault with either phrase. Both are merely ellipses of the longer sentence that unites the two: I wish you all the best of luck. I wish you all the best of luck.

What does Toi Toi Toi mean?

“Toi toi toi” (English: /ˈtɔɪ ˈtɔɪ ˈtɔɪ/) is an expression used in the performing arts to wish an artist success in an imminent performance. It is similar to “break a leg” and reflects a superstition that wishing someone “good luck” is in fact bad luck.

What is the M word in theater?

If you’ve ever had a career in the arts, or know someone who has, you are likely aware that saying the word “Macbeth” inside a theatre is strictly taboo unless one is rehearsing or in the midst of performing Shakespeare’s dark tragedy. Doing so is almost universally believed to bring about bad luck or even disaster.

What is the Macbeth curse?

Accidents, injuries and deaths – the curse of Macbeth

According to folklore, Macbeth was cursed from the beginning. A coven of witches objected to Shakespeare using real incantations, so they put a curse on the play. Legend has it the play’s first performance (around 1606) was riddled with disaster.

How can I have good luck?

Here’s what Richard had to say about how to attract good luck:

  • Maximize Opportunities: Keep trying new things.
  • Listen To Hunches: Especially if it’s an area where you have some experience, trust your intuition.
  • Expect Good Fortune: Be an optimist.
  • Turn Bad Luck Into Good: Don’t dwell on the bad.