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A twist on the good ol' "okey-dokey". Has the same jovial tone as okey-doke and okey-dokey but can also be used in a resigned or exasperated tone. Whatever the tone of voice (or text) the meaning is the same - it means OK.

May also be spelt: okecky-dokecky.
Mel: So I was thinking that instead of blue paint for the window trim we use yellow...
Kel: No, no - it has be blue. The clients specified blue!
Mel: Well maybe we should ask the -
Kel: NO. They've already said their decision is final.
Mel: (does a half-shrug) Okeky-dokeky.
by Rina Lam December 01, 2011