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  • adjective colloquial Perfect order; thoroughly acceptable.

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Examples

  • She walked away A-okay, and I am still shell shocked.

    Sufficient Unto This Day | Her Bad Mother

  • If you don't sport wingtips, you're A-okay in my book. lol.

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  • “So if the inventory manager looked in the storage area, he or she would see the stacks of boxes of OxyContin and assume everything was A-okay?”

    Mercy Kill

  • If you don't sport wingtips, you're A-okay in my book. lol.

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  • If you don't sport wingtips, you're A-okay in my book. lol.

    Page 2

  • “So if the inventory manager looked in the storage area, he or she would see the stacks of boxes of OxyContin and assume everything was A-okay?”

    Mercy Kill

  • Turns out being a child or youth molester is A-okay if you're also a Hollywood film director.

    News and Comments

  • Turns out being a child or youth molester is A-okay if you're also a Hollywood film director.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • But I do understand this—you cannot just call up several weeks later and expect everything is going to be A-okay, that you can just come tripping back into his life.

    A Light at Winter’s End

  • If you don't sport wingtips, you're A-okay in my book. lol.

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