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Similar Words: goodyness, goodyism, goodyish, goodygoody, goodygoodies, goodyera, goodyears, goodyear, goody-two-shoes

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Example Sentences for good

Princes and kings are brought there every day, and they are of as good a stock as your physicians.

You floss up to the tallest domino and give him a good time.

Eli's been drunk some, bur his girls are really a good deal of help.

Who finds not Providence all good and wise, Alike in what it gives, and what denies?

So my rascals ever did with me, though in good truth I seldom listened to their recital.

The good man may be weak, be indolent; Nor is his claim to plenty, but content.

They form one of the principal ingredients of a good time (see Paris).

Here Fannia, leering on her own good man, And there, a naked Leda with a swan.

Good, my lad,” said Cuchulain; “these are the tokens of a herald.

That the first Principle and foundation, in this as in everything else, is Good Sense, v.40.

Word Origin & History of - good

    Word Origin & History

    good O.E. god (with a long "o") "having the right or desirable quality," from P.Gmc. *gothaz (cf. O.N. goðr, Du. goed, Ger. gut, Goth. goþs), originally "fit, adequate, belonging together," from PIE base *ghedh- "to unite, be associated, suitable" (cf. O.C.S. godu "pleasing time," Rus. godnyi "fit, suitable," O.E. gædrian "to gather, to take up together"). Irregular comparatives (better, best) reflect a widespread pattern, cf. L. bonus, melior, optimus. First record of good day is from c.1200. Goods "property" first recorded late 13c., but singular in the same sense was in O.E. ...The good neighbours is Scot. euphemism for "the fairies" (1580s). Good-for-nothing is from 1711; good-looking is from 1780; good-natured first recorded 1570s. Good sport is from 1917; good to go is attested from 1989.

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The Definition of - good (adj)

    adjective, better, best.
    1.
    morally excellent; virtuous; righteous; pious:
    a good man.
    2.
    satisfactory in quality, quantity, or degree:
    a good teacher; good health.
    3.
    of high quality; excellent.
    4.
    right; proper; fit:
    It is good that you are here. His credentials are good.
    5.
    well-behaved:
    a good child.
    6.
    kind, beneficent, or friendly:
    to do a good deed.
    7.
    honorable or worthy; in good standing:
    a good name.
    8.
    educated and refined:
    She has a good background.
    9.
    financially sound or safe:
    His credit is good.
    10.
    genuine; not counterfeit:
    a good quarter.
    11.
    sound or valid:
    good judgment; good reasons.
    12.
    reliable; dependable; responsible:
    good advice.
    13.
    healthful; beneficial:
    Fresh fruit is good for you.
    14.
    in excellent condition; healthy:
    good teeth.
    15.
    not spoiled or tainted; edible; palatable:
    The meat was still good after three months in the freezer.
    16.
    favorable; propitious:
    good news.
    17.
    cheerful; optimistic; amiable:
    in good spirits.
    18.
    free of distress or pain; comfortable:
    to feel good after surgery.
    19.
    agreeable; pleasant:
    Have a good time.
    20.
    attractive; handsome:
    She has a good figure.
    21.
    (of the complexion) smooth; free from blemish.
    22.
    close or intimate; warm:
    She's a good friend of mine.
    23.
    sufficient or ample:
    a good supply.
    24.
    advantageous; satisfactory for the purpose:
    a good day for fishing.
    25.
    competent or skillful; clever:
    a good manager; good at arithmetic.
    26.
    skillfully or expertly done:
    a really good job; a good play.
    27.
    conforming to rules of grammar, usage, etc.; correct:
    good English.
    28.
    socially proper:
    good manners.
    29.
    remaining available to one:
    Don't throw good money after bad.
    30.
    comparatively new or of relatively fine quality:
    Don't play in the mud in your good clothes.
    31.
    finest or most dressy:
    He wore his good suit to the office today.
    32.
    full:
    a good day's journey away.
    33.
    fairly large or great:
    a good amount.
    34.
    free from precipitation or cloudiness:
    good weather.
    35.
    Medicine/Medical. (of a patient's condition) having stable and normal vital signs, being conscious and comfortable, and having excellent appetite, mobility, etc.
    36.
    fertile; rich:
    good soil.
    37.
    loyal:
    a good Democrat.
    38.
    (of a return or service in tennis, squash, handball, etc.) landing within the limits of a court or section of a court.
    39.
    Informal. (used when declining an offer or suggestion, as to communicate that one is already satisfied): "More coffee?" "No thanks, I’m good!" .
    40.
    Horse Racing. (of the surface of a track) drying after a rain so as to be still slightly sticky:
    This horse runs best on a good track.
    41.
    (of meat, especially beef) noting or pertaining to the specific grade below “choice,” containing more lean muscle and less edible fat than “prime” or “choice.”.
    42.
    favorably regarded (used as an epithet for a ship, town, etc.): the good ship Syrena.
    noun
    43.
    profit or advantage; worth; benefit: What good will that do?
    We shall work for the common good.
    44.
    excellence or merit; kindness:
    to do good.
    45.
    moral righteousness; virtue:
    to be a power for good.
    46.
    (especially in the grading of U.S. beef) an official grade below that of “choice.”.
    47.
    goods.
    1. possessions, especially movable effects or personal property.
    2. articles of trade; wares; merchandise:
      canned goods.
    3. Informal. what has been promised or is expected:
      to deliver the goods.
    4. Informal. the genuine article.
    5. Informal. evidence of guilt, as stolen articles:
      to catch someone with the goods.
    6. cloth or textile material:
      top-quality linen goods.
    7. Chiefly British. merchandise sent by land, rather than by water or air.
    48.
    the good.
    1. the ideal of goodness or morality.
    2. good things or persons collectively.
    interjection
    49.
    (used as an expression of approval or satisfaction):
    Good! Now we can all go home.
    adverb
    50.
    Informal. well1 (defs 1–3, 8): I wish I could cook this good!
    Yes, we knew him pretty good.
    Idioms
    51.
    as good as. as1 (def 20).
    52.
    come to no good, to end in failure or as a failure:
    Her jealous relatives said that she would come to no good.
    53.
    for good, finally and permanently; forever:
    to leave the country for good.
    Also, for good and all.
    54.
    good and, Informal. very; completely; exceedingly:
    This soup is good and hot.
    55.
    good for,
    1. certain to repay (money owed) because of integrity, financial stability, etc.
    2. the equivalent in value of:
      Two thousand stamps are good for one coffeepot.
    3. able to survive or continue functioning for (the length of time or the distance indicated):
      These tires are good for another 10,000 miles.
    4. valid or in effect for (the length of time indicated):
      a license good for one year.
    5. (used as an expression of approval):
      Good for you!
    56.
    good full, Nautical. (of a sail or sails) well filled, especially when sailing close to the wind; clean full; rap full.
    57.
    make good,
    1. to make recompense for; repay.
    2. to implement an agreement; fulfill.
    3. to be successful.
    4. to substantiate; verify.
    5. to carry out; accomplish; execute:
      The convicts made good their getaway.
    58.
    no good, without value or merit; worthless; contemptible:
    The check was no good.
    59.
    to the good,
    1. generally advantageous:
      That's all to the good, but what do I get out of it?
    2. richer in profit or gain:
      When he withdrew from the partnership, he was several thousand dollars to the good.