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Exceedingly healthy, as in
How are you?—Very well, thank you
Extremely skillfully or properly, as in
He manages that sailboat very well
All right, I agree to, as in
Will you take her hand?—Very well, but only to cross the street
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all very well
The American Heritage® Idioms Dictionary
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