Word of the Day (hunky-dory)-06MAY21

Word of the Day (hunky-dory)-06MAY21

Today’s “Word of the Day” is hunky-dory and it is an adjective meaning “fine, good, quite satisfactory, going well, alright, free of trouble or problems”.

Example Sentence: Had the BCCI not wanted to make a point of everything being hunky dory in India, it could have played the tournament in the UAE like it did last year. That would have been safer in a small country where a majority of the citizens have been vaccinated… But the BCCI might have overplayed its hand. And nearly paid the price.

Word of the Day (hunky-dory)-06MAY21

This word is present in The Hindu article IPL: late call, but the right one as things spiral down rapidly and click here to read it.

Courtesy: The Hindu

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