hunky-dory

Definition

Slang

  • adjective fine, in good order, perfect. A well-established colloquialism, adopted in Britain some time after World War I. The phrase arose in the USA in the mid-19th century. The ‘hunk’ component is from the Dutch honk, meaning a post used as a ‘home’ in a game of tag; ‘dory’ is probably a meaningless elaboration.
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