What does the idiom 'in the pink' mean?

Answer In the pink: in excellent health physically and emotionally

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In "Hamlet," when Marcellus said, "Something is rotten in the state of Denmark" he had a sense that something was awry. However, the exact term, "something fishy," has been in existence since the ... Read More »

What does the idiom'real mccoy'mean?

The phrase "the real McCoy" is used to describe something authentic, genuine or "not a substitute." Its origins have yet to be proven but there are several rumors, and is sometimes written as "the ... Read More »

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