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be hunky-dory

slang To be fine or all right. Don't worry about us, everything is hunky-dory here.

honky

and honkey and honkie and hunky
1. n. a white male; a Caucasian. (Black. Not necessarily derogatory. A pronunciation variant of hunky. Compare to jonx = junks.) Some honky was around asking for you.
2. mod. in the manner of a Caucasian; white-like. That’s honky music. I want to hear soul.

hunky

verb
See honky

hunky-dory

(ˈhəŋkiˈdori)
mod. fine; okay. As a matter of fact, everything is just hunky-dory.
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Anyway, along the interstate, Clive and Gypsy encounter some dream- dashing types: a karaoke hostess (Karen Black) whose stab at lounge singing glory never really cut; a hunky runaway Amish fellow (Anson Scoville) looking for very non-Amish excitement; and a hunkier frat boy (``Road Trip's'' Paulo Costanzo) with closet urges.
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We want to know that our dear Queen read out the wrong speech in Poland, omitting all mention of the Holocaust, just as we require evidence of the ninety-six-year-old Queen Mother's colostomy bag, or that young Wills, second in line to the throne and receiving an expensive Eton education, is hunkier than his balding, adulterous, watercolorist father.
Her heart may still belong to Steve, but Danny - who, let's face it, is rather hunkier than her ex-husband - asks her out on a date.
Twilight bosses have told the 23-year-old they want a hunkier undead heartthrob so he's on a protein-rich diet of whole chickens from, er, Nando's.
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However, he was axed and the character re-cast with heart-throb Adam Rickitt, 36 - and was later told it was because bosses had wanted a hunkier actor for the role.
The stunning actress played a PVC-clad, ass-kicking vampire who lead a war against werewolves, and fell in love with one of the hunkier wolves.
She says: "He's much hunkier in the flesh than on TV, he's toned, muscular and tall, and quite good looking.
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This action-packed adventure is based on a graphic novel and allows Bruce Willis to not only play a withdrawn detective but also his own hunkier surrogate.
If we'd traded in scuzzy Max for his much hunkier brother Jack, we'd be shouting it from the flippin' rooftops.
In looks he's no match for Campbell's suave do-gooder, but he does what the hunkier man can't do - make Tea's character laugh.
Naturally enough, despite their initial conflicts, both characters find they have a lot in common - though as he is the younger and hunkier of the two, Kutcher's character gets to bed the local teacher beauty.