okey dokey

okey-doke

[oh-kee-dohk]
adjective, adverb, interjection
Also, okey-dokey [oh-kee-doh-kee] , okle-dokle.


Origin:
1930–35, Americanism; rhyming reduplication of oke2

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okey-doke or okey-dokey (ˈəʊkɪˈdəʊk, ˈəʊkɪˈdəʊkɪ)
 
sentence substitute, —adj, —adv
informal another term for O.K.
 
okey-dokey or okey-dokey
 
sentence substitute, —adj, —adv

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okey-dokey definition

[ˈokiˈdoki]
  1. interj.
    yes; OK. (Folksy.) : Okey-dokey, I'll be there at noon.
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