The British Idiom – In the pink
Definition of In the pink
To be in the pink means to be in the best of health with no ailments whatsoever.
Examples of Usage of In the pink
Back in Britain, I was always coughing and sneezing, but since I moved to Seville, I’m always in the pink. Your mum is doing well then, I hear. They tell me she’s in the pink.
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