adjective1. South Midland and Southern U.S. thorough; blatant; unmistakable: a bodacious gossip.
a. remarkable; outstanding: a bodacious story.
b. audacious; bold or brazen.
c. sexy; voluptuous.
Origin: 1835–45; probably to be identified with dial. (Devon, Cornwall) bo ( w ) ldacious brazen, impudent, blend of bold and audacious
co·pa·cet·ic [koh-puh-set-ik, -see-tik]
fine; completely satisfactory; OK.
Also, copasetic, copesetic.
Origin: 1915–20, Americanism; of obscure origin; popular attributions of the word to Louisiana French, Italian, Hebrew, etc., lack supporting evidence.
Despite Suzanne’s bodacious behavior at the party, Mike assures me that everything was copacetic.