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hunky-doryadjective

us   /ˌhʌŋ·kiˈdɔr·i, -ˈdoʊr·i/ infml
(esp. of a situation) satisfactory and pleasant: You can’t lose your temper with everyone like that and then expect everything to be hunky-dory.
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