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be hunky-dory

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


mod. fine; okay. As a matter of fact, everything is just hunky-dory.
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In Contrition, narrator Dories writing, like Sister Catherine's art, might be seen in T.
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Dories said her Labrador has "now reached the ripe of age of 13", and that "she isn't allowed in the studio with me.
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dories responding to the surveys since 2001 have noted the surging costs of health benefits; no other factor comes close to the 50 percent mark.
Among my personal favorites were the lifeguards of Coney Island in the thirties, documented by Robert Caro: Some were grossly overweight, some spent their days fishing from the lifesaving dories, and some were afraid to go near the water because they couldn't swim.