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A fluke is a lucky or improbable occurrence, with the implication that the occurrence could not be repeated.
Fluke may also refer to:
- Fluke (fish) or Summer flounder, a type of flatfish
- Fluke (flatworm), trematoda, a class of parasitic flatworms
- Fluke (tail), the lobes of the tail of a cetacean, such as dolphins or whales
- Joanne Fluke (born c. 1940), American female author
- John Fluke (1911–1984) American lawyer, CEO of Fluke Corporation
- Louise Fluke (c. 1900–1986), designer of the Flag of Oklahoma
- Sandra Fluke (born 1981), attorney, feminist, LGBTQ activist
Arts and entertainment
- Fluke (album), 1995 album by Canadian rock band Rusty
- Fluke (band), electronic dance music group
- Fluke, 1995 film
- Fluke, 1977 novel
- Fluke, or, I Know Why the Winged Whale Sings, a 2003 novel Christopher Moore
- Fluke (General Hospital), a colloquial portmanteau for the character ostensibly playing an impostor of Luke Spencer in the soap opera General Hospital
- Fluke Corporation, a manufacturer of electrical and electronic test equipment
- Snow fluke, an anchoring device for climbing and camping
- Fluke anchor, a kind of anchor
- Fluke (cue sports), an unintentionally fortuitous shot in cue sports such as snooker
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