couldn't be better

couldn't be better

(One's well-being or the state of something) is perfect, exactly as desired, or better than expected. A: "How are you?" B: "Oh, couldn't be better! My job is great, and I just bought a house!" Oh, the project couldn't be better—we're actually ahead of schedule.
See also: better

(I) couldn't be better.

Inf. I am fine. John: How are you? Jane: Couldn't be better. Bill: I hope you're completely well now. Mary: I couldn't be better.
See also: better

(It) couldn't be better.

 and (Things) couldn't be better.
Everything is fine. John: How are things going? Jane: Couldn't be better. Bill: I hope everything is okay with your new job. Mary: Things couldn't be better.
See also: better
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