so far, so good

so far, so good

All is going well so far. We are half finished with our project. So far, so good. The operation is proceeding quite nicelyso far, so good.
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so far, so good

(spoken)
at this stage of the process it is satisfactory So far, so good, he thought, trying to make himself feel more cheerful. "How's your new job?" "So far, so good."
Usage notes: said of things that are not finished
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so far, so good

Matters are satisfactory up to this point, as in You've knitted the main portion of the sweater but not the sleeves? Well, so far, so good . This idiom was first recorded in James Kelly's Scottish Proverbs (1721), where it is defined: "So far, so good. So much is done to good purpose."
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they are a sensible driver, they get a of 10% and it is reviewed every three So far, so good bu to know h measu there lots o clau insur So far, so good but I'd like to know how it's measured.
He stretched his legs in the morning and it seems to be so far, so good with him.
I totally agree with Pusch Commey in the cover story, Africa Union: So Far, So Good (NA July) when he says that Africa "cannot be blind to the fact that we are also in competition with other forces--predatory forces that feed on our underdevelopment and our rich resources, whose interests have always been to see a fragmented, confused Africa".
The Third Reich began in September, and so far, so good.
So far, so good, until Perlman cryptically remarks, "This technique can also be useful when you don't have any particular objective.
I'm really not worried about offense, it's more about developing players, and so far, so good.