from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of OK1.
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- n. See OK
- v. See OK
- adj. See OK
- adv. See OK
- interj. See OK
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Satifactory; agreeable; pleasant.
- n. An endorsement; approval; permission.
- transitive v. to approve.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. being satisfactory or in satisfactory condition
- v. give sanction to
- adv. in a satisfactory or adequate manner
- n. an endorsement
..okay, okay...hey, mister, wanna buy a "hand sharpened" pencil, price slashed down to $7.99...what a' ya want outta me, blood ?
At first it was okay, and it’s still okay but it’s dull.
It’s so hard to focus when you have something you want to do, planning in my head how and when to do it, go there, then go there, okay, get that done first, then that, okay it’s muy dificil, dammit!
When you look at the phone, do you see the button with the word okay on it?
One of the deputies unlocked the door to the room, went in, and emerged a moment later, mouthing the word okay.
The word "okay" is similarly over-used considering the desire of the authors to demonstrate the scholarly erudition of their characters.
Something that i do that seems to work okay is to put the clothes that i plan to use outside for the night under some leaves, dirt and pinestraw.
But in a competitive economic climate, okay is mediocre and mediocre businesses fail.
I'm still somewhat active and in okay shape, but I kind of miss how fitness used to be one of my hobbies before I developed a job that made me sit on my butt and type all day.
The Mexican economy which was doing okay is now going to take a hit.