okey-dokey


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okey-dokey

An informal variation of OK. A: "Come on, Tom. We're ready to go to the park!" B: "Okey-dokey!" Okey-dokey, that ought to do it—your computer should be back in tip-top shape now!

okey-dokey

(ˈokiˈdoki)
interj. yes; OK. (Folksy.) Okey-dokey, I’ll be there at noon.
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He looks like a soldier - square jaw, blond hair cut close - but is disarmingly polite in a homespun way, ending conversations with a "thank you kindly" or an "okey-dokey."
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Probably selling trailer homes and wearing dresses in Okey-Dokey, Tex.!"
Hopkins said he came up with jokey catchphrases, such as 'okey-dokey' as Lecter despatches a victim.
support for Israel." Somehow this makes his attack on Kuwait okey-dokey.
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Anyway, the gentle rocking of the camel, the blue skies and the sound of the Atlantic surf, combined to leave me feeling okey-dokey by the time we stopped for a barbecue lunch.
But I wanted a bit of a challenge so I said okey-dokey, how's about you letting me be a teacher?
Might be a booking, might be a red card, but as long as the ball is somewhere within the same post code, it's okey-dokey. It's a man's game, right?
I'm sick of hearing him say OK and Okey-Dokey. He's averaged 40-plus OK's and eight okey-dokeys per programme to date!
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I ALWAYS thought that Halkidiki was Greek for okey-dokey. I've never been good at languages.