never felt better

never felt better

As healthy, happy, contented, etc., now as one has ever been before. Used as a response. A: "How are you feeling, Tom? I know that flu really took it out of you last week." B: "Never felt better! Just needed a few days of rest, relaxation, and chicken noodle soup."
See also: better, felt, never
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And yet Maud declared that she had never felt better or stronger in her life.
Summary: At the premiere of his new film, the 55-year-old said he's never felt better in his life
Mike Myers, who is making his big screen comeback after a near five-year hiatus, turned 55 and he says that he has never felt better.
It had been feared Lafferty would miss the Group A clash, but he trained and said: "I've never felt better."
Knitting Never Felt Better: The Definitive Guide to Fabulous Felting offers a fine guide to the felting process and provides basic felting instructions reviewing the best yarns, techniques for creating three-dimensional objects, stitch patterns, and some 20 projects including step-by-step instructions.
Korevaar lost 40 pounds and she never felt better. The improvement was dramatic when she moved to the Society Hill Dance Academy and started working with two Czech-born and trained dancers, Rene Ostarek and Vrtalova.
But he reassured fans: "I have never felt better. I've been taking combination therapy and I'm feeling fine - in fact I have never felt better.
"When he asked me how I felt, I thought that, under the circumstances, it was wise to say I'd never felt better in my life."
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