everything okay?

(Is) everything OK?

Are you all right? How are you? Said when one suspects that the person being addressed is feeling sad or not their usual self. Everything OK? You seem kind of tense today. A: "Is everything OK?" B: "Oh yeah, everything's fine."
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(Is) everything okay?

Inf. How are you?; How are things? John: Hi, Mary. Is everything okay? Mary: Sure. What about you? John: I'm okay. Waiter: Is everything okay? Bill: Yes, it's fine.
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Even when the man of the house was posted in a station where we could not join him, and he called once a week or so, there was nothing much we said beyond "Is everything okay?
Walking between the beds of sick people as if in a minefield--don't touch me, don't let death touch me--and then Hello, dad, how's everything, everything okay?
The first day probably affected (my wife) Rianna more than it did me because I was up early on the golf course playing a charity day and got a phone call from her saying, 'is everything okay?
The first day probably affected my wife Rianna more than it did me because I was up early on the golf course playing a charity day and got a phone call from her saying, 'is everything okay?
But when I go to the technology department, I'm so intimidated, sometimes I basically say, "Is everything okay?
Look, love, I don't mean to pry, but everything okay?
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