hunky

1 [huhng-kee]
adjective Slang.
1.
satisfactory; well; right.
2.
even; leaving no balance.

Origin:
1860–65, Americanism; origin uncertain

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hunky

2 [huhng-kee]
noun, plural hunkies. (sometimes initial capital letter) Slang: Disparaging and Offensive.
a person of Hungarian or Slavic descent, especially an unskilled or semiskilled worker.
Also, hunkie.


Origin:
1895–1900; perhaps Hung(arian) (with devoicing of -g-, influenced by hunk) + -y2; cf. bohunk

hunky

3 [huhng-kee]
adjective, hunkier, hunkiest.
Slang. (of a male) having a handsome, well-developed physique.

Origin:
1910–15; hunk + -y1

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Example sentences
The newly hatched sibling seemed to think his older brother was hunky-dory, and
  they got on famously.
Things may not exactly be hunky-dory, but some of the innovations at bottom of
  the pyramid are certainly working.
It seems to be a brilliantly calculated move and look hunky-dory.
We don't make any progress by pretending that everything is always hunky-dory.
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