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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If we wanted things to be hunky-dory with India, Nawaz Sharif was fine.
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.
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."
This won't be like flicking a switch and everything will be hunky-dory; it will take us some time to turn anti-social behaviour around and we all have a part to play.
Mr McSorley added: "They are back together and everything seems to be hunky-dory."