a-okay


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A-OK

also A-O·kay (ā′ō-kā′)
adj. Informal
Perfectly all right: The doctor said it was A-OK to discontinue the medicine.

A-OK adv. & n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.A-Okay - in perfect condition or ordera-okay - in perfect condition or order  
go - functioning correctly and ready for action; "all systems are go"
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Or are we A-okay with our beef and pork being washed in lactic acid - again so poor habits in the way animals are kept are less of a priority?
Stila certainly seems to think it is A-okay because its new Magnificent Metals Glitter & Glow Liquid Eye Shadows feature nine shimmering shades described as like 'jewels for the eyes'.
Stila certainly seems to think it is A-okay because its new Magnificent Metals Glitter & Glow Liquid Eye Shadow features nine shimmering shades described as like 'jewels for the eyes'.
Planning and attention to detail have thus made the monogramming business a-okay.
Assaulting school children with a belt or cane was A-Okay until 1982.
I was driving along the motorway, everything appeared to be fine, the vehicle was a-okay, and the next thing there's flames coming up my windscreen," he said.
But if string-pulling Simon thinks everything's A-Okay he's got another think coming.
What I am writing to you about is to ask if I could send you a brief letter that you could print in a Countryside issue that will let the pen-pals know I am doing a-okay, and why I haven't been keeping in touch with them.
He said: "He schooled well over a National fence last week and is A-okay.
SPACEMAN A-OKAY -- The United States broke the space barrier May 5 when Alan B.