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It is one thing to keep going when everything is hunky-dory, when you are making swift and observable progress.
THE MENTAL BENEFITS OF BEING TERRIBLE AT SOMETHINGBRAD STULBERGMAY 14, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
Sometimes she will come running in, and say, "I am so hunky dory I don't know what to do; want sonton to neat."
HARPER'S YOUNG PEOPLE, APRIL 20, 1880VARIOUS
"Hunky" bread-puddings and eggless, faintly-sweetened rice puddings, and pies of various kinds, represent dessert.
THE SECRET OF A HAPPY HOME (1896)MARION HARLAND
You're all right, and the spot is hunky-dory, and it's the durned old boat hez made the mistake, begosh!
THE JIMMYJOHN BOSS AND OTHER STORIESOWEN WISTER
Before he could think how he should act, a response came to the call from Hunky Ben.
CHARLIE TO THE RESCUER.M. BALLANTYNE
Without leaving the boat, fishing arm-deep into the brush, he announced, "All hunky-dory."
DUTCH COURAGE AND OTHER STORIESJACK LONDON
No—no; stay—it's nothing; I'll be all right to-morrow—'all hunky,' as you say.
BELFORD'S MAGAZINE, VOL 2, DECEMBER 1888VARIOUS
But he said Doc Lane told him to let football alone and get hunky with Addicks again.
FULL-BACK FOSTERRALPH HENRY BARBOUR
During all this time Hunky Ben had stood with his rifle ready, listening with the feelings of a man in a dream.
CHARLIE TO THE RESCUER.M. BALLANTYNE
Taken both together it would have been hard to equal, and impossible to match, Hunky Ben and his coal-black mare.
CHARLIE TO THE RESCUER.M. BALLANTYNE
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