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See also: hunkydory and hunky-dory

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EtymologyEdit

hunky (in good condition”, “safe and sound) + dory (origin and meaning unknown)[1]

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AdjectiveEdit

hunky dory (not comparable)

  1. (informal) Satisfactory, fine.
    Now that I’ve found my missing book, everything’s hunky-dory again.

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  1. ^ ˌhunky-ˈdory, -ˈdorey” defined as a derived term of the adjective “hunky, a.”, listed in the Oxford English Dictionary, second edition (1989)