View definitions for okay
adjective as in acceptable, satisfactory
noun as in agreement
Rosengarten assured us it was okay to drink a wine we liked with food we liked, despite old-fashioned strictures about what was right.
Eli, who didn’t want his whole name used, had to check first with his mom whether it was okay to talk to me.
In the sun, when the wind eased, highs in the mid-to-upper 30s felt okay.
Leaving the base area, I do not think I will make it the full 1,500 vertical feet to the mountain’s summit, and that’s okay.
Let your kids know it’s okay to say whom they’re traveling with, and that agents may ask where the other parent is.
And so he looked at her, smiled, and offered a polite “Is everything okay?”
He said it was okay, that he had been busy too… busy fighting serious intestinal problems.
King Lear becomes Lear texting “okay who wants a kingdom,” to which Goneril replies “me me I do.”
My husband rubs my back and makes soothing noises and tells me everything is going to be okay.
Det. 1: Okay, now tell us how it went, David—tell us how you did it.
You check up on a Rembrandt and you give your okay to a buyer and the dealer gives you a sweet kick-back.
Meanwhile, they won't let you go Earthside, but you'll be okay.
As long as he kept his attention on the tasks in hand, he was okay—he felt fine.
He liked inaction, no matter how sybaritic as much as I. Then, "Okay," and he reached for the telephone.
The emergency trucks went out and covered the plane with foam to prevent a fire and he got out okay.
On this page you'll find 220 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to okay, such as: all right, approved, correct, fair, fine, and good.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.