be hunky-dory

be hunky-dory

slang To be fine or all right. Don't worry about us, everything is hunky-dory here.
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Sorry, but I'd rather lose the series 5-0 without Stokes and have some standards upheld - namely you can't go around acting as he is alleged to have behaved - and expect things to be hunky-dory every time England start losing at cricket.
Without Inglis sarkar is heaven, all will be hunky-dory
So it seems we do not need any greens to be green nowadays, as long as we find ways to cut down on our so-called carbon footprints then everything will be hunky-dory, even if we art surrounded by a landscape of little else but concrete and tarmac.
If he hadn't done that, but won a Grand Slam in his second or third season then everything would be hunky-dory now.
Gibson, who releases Apocalypto in December, admitted on US TV: "I'm not under the illusion that everything's just going to be hunky-dory.
Mr McSorley added: "They are back together and everything seems to be hunky-dory.