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    Smile hunky dory

    Hi,

    what does this mean "hunky dory" and in what contexts we can use it in a sentence?

    Thanks

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    Re: hunky dory

    It means "fine" and is jocular and familiar.

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    Re: hunky dory

    Quote Originally Posted by konungursvia View Post
    It means "fine" and is jocular and familiar.
    So, if somebody asks me, "how are you?", can I reply "I am hunky dory"??

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    Re: hunky dory

    Yes, if you want to be jocular and familiar.

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