copasetic


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copasetic

(kopəˈsɛdɪk)
mod. agreeable; satisfactory. (Originally black. Probably from French.) Everything is copasetic. Couldn’t be better.
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The Color-Blind Copasetic believes that campus life will be bettered if people stop harping about race.
Even if we only focus on life and the dignity of the human person, that requires much more than a copasetic position on abortion.
Soul featuring Hilary Mwelwa makes an impact of the music scene with COPASETIC & COOL (Shanachie Entertainment).
After the presentations, the class should spend time discussing how what they did counters the traditions of theatre and to what end it leads them in devising theatrical aesthetics that are copasetic to their generation.
A key role for the headhunter is not just filling job openings with competent people in a timely manner, but doing so in a manner that leaves both the employer and candidate content, committed, and copasetic.
94 on a cheery, color-coordinated makeover intended to make it into a copasetic study environment, below.
Margulies counts their three collaborations among "the merriest and most copasetic experiences I've had," and calls Peterson "one of the unheralded talents.
Jindy and her parents, Jim and Kimberly Patterson, are trying to keep things copasetic for her sake, and the sake of her and her estranged husband's little boy, 3-year-old Wyatt.
Jeunet was interested in the adaptation Fox was developing, and with their copasetic relationship dating back to "Alien Resurrection" to grease the wheels, the director came onboard.
With that connection, I could move the Tukans back out into the room to the proper distance from my listening position and all was copasetic.