feeling OK

feeling OK

1. A phrase used to ask someone if they are feeling fine, especially when one suspects they may not be. I heard you were sick earlier this week—are you feeling OK now? Feeling OK today, Tim? You look a little under the weather.
2. Feeling fine. Yeah, I'm feeling OK, just tired.
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(I'm) feeling okay.

I am doing well.; I am feeling well. Alice: How are you feeling? Jane: I'm feeling okay. John: How are things going? Fred: Feeling okay.
See also: feeling, okay
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Coleen says YOU need to tell him about the impact his job is having on you but don't wait until you're angry and tired, tell him when you're feeling OK and in control, so you can get your point across.
You need to tell him about the impact his job is having on you, but don't wait until you're angry and tired, tell him when you're feeling OK and in control, so you can get your point across.
The ex-One Direction star said he's "feeling OK" now but he still feels "fragile" at times following the break-up.
During the start, we did but when we led, we were feeling ok. We just relaxed and that was where the problem was.'
"At half-time I think I'm feeling OK but when I look up at the clock and it says only 60 minutes I feel like we have played 80."
Feeling oK. Hopefully a good result after the checK up."
They were silver medallists in Rome in 2009, so we have to be feeling OK about the result."
IS DAVID CAMERON feeling OK? I only ask because he missed a cuddly photo opportunity this week, which is not like him at all.
"Also the Rotary Clubs around the UK have been terrific in helping us out "And I'm feeling ok. I average around 20 miles a day."
"I was feeling OK. I was confident in myself after training so much.
"Most guys my age have already retired but I am still feeling OK to help out at Bees," the former Pontypridd man said.
"I was getting to the third race, feeling OK, and wanting to race again.
Hanson had said: "I was feeling OK up until Wednesday.
Kennedy has talked to many people who were symptomatic at the time of diagnosis but were feeling OK several weeks later, when it was time to choose a therapy.
I was walking around the house, feeling OK on my own.