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Adjective
Pleasant and satisfactory
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“The layout of the apartment was good, but the kitchen was too small.”
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High quality
“It is really a good acquisition because it completes our Eastern African deployment.”
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Full of virtue, having excellent moral character
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“We seek to live a good and virtuous life according to the principle of karma.”
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Competent or talented
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“A good artist has the uncanny ability to transform his vision into a masterpiece.”
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Useful or functional for a particular purpose
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“These old computers are still good.”
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Reliable and unfailing
“Your guilty conscience is a testament to your good virtue, of which you should be proud.”
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A mood associated with celebration or festivities
“He was in a good enough mood to spend the entire weekend at his in-law's house.”
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Kind in behavior or actions
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“Historical accounts describe the young princess as exceedingly tall, thin, pock-marked, and plain, but with a good nature.”
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State of being happy and contented
“No matter how ratty or dog-eared or water-stained the book, it will find a good home with me, at least temporarily.”
Adjective
Pleasing to taste
“If you have some rolls, a few salad leaves, and some extra ketchup, these patties can be transformed into good, old-fashioned burgers.”
Adjective
Genuine, real or authentic
“The organizers claim they will follow traditional cooking methods that use good ingredients to prepare their dishes.”
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Having good manners and conforming to standards of respectful behaviour
“His master and friends all said he was a good boy, and had never been known to have fits or walk in his sleep.”
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Significant and abundant
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“The area has a good supply of rivers, varying in size, but none of them small.”
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A state in which a body is sound and healthy
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“His body was feeling good after the successful operation.”
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Profound and deep
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“The motivational speaker had a good effect on my well-being and state of mind.”
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Trendy or fashionable
“He is the only one in jeans, a bobble hat, and a good but out-of-place leather jacket.”
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The pleasantness of warm and sunny weather
“It was time to head to the beach with the return of good weather.”
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Displaying logic and common sense
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“She wasn't able to give me a good explanation for her behavior.”
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Showing approval, appreciation or praise
“Overall, the critics gave the film good reviews.”
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Exhibiting passion and enthusiasm
“This excellent series of biographies has shown that well-delivered narratives can attract a good readership.”
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Recuperative or having the essence of healing
“After a false start, a carafe or two of water and a good snooze, I finally felt well enough to get out of bed.”
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Of good financial standing
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In an undamaged state
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Bearing good value, worth or reliability
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Characterized by a good or happy sentiment
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Denotes a constructive or productive feeling
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Conducive to or suggestive of good health and physical well-being
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(of a sense) Able to sense slight impressions or differences
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Marked by much life, movement, or activity
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Having a reasonable chance of success
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Being in agreement with the truth or a fact or a standard
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In an auditorium or sports venue, the line of side-by-side seats closest to the stage, playing field, or other location where the activity of interest is occurring
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Popular or in demand
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(of memory) Having a very good ability to recall
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Of facial complexion, smooth, with attractive yellow-pink coloring
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Offsetting
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Capable of being corrected
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Affectedly proper, or formal, and rather prudish
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Able or fit to be sold or marketed
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(of prices) Low in comparison to market value
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Used to express anger, annoyance, or shock, or simply for emphasis
Noun
A benefit, or advantage from something
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“Every player in the team sacrificed personal glory for the good of the team.”
Noun
Morality, generally or collectively
“The apparent purpose was to allow the founding of intergovernmental organizations to uphold the good of nation states.”
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Respect and honor
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“Theirs was a glorious end, and they had died fighting for the good of their country.”
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The quality of being particularly good or worthy, especially so as to deserve praise or reward
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Good
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Chastity
Interjection
An elliptical exclamation of satisfaction or commendation
“What a good shot that was!”
Interjection
An exclamation used to express agreement or compliance
Good, I will come with you, and I will be safe, and I want you not to leave and stay with me.”
Interjection
An exclamation of praise or endorsement of an achievement
Adverb
Permanently
“You simply dump depressive thoughts down onto a piece of paper, leaving it there good and forever on the page.”
Adverb
(informal) A way to describe something that has been done well
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“He would show me how to do something until I had learned what I was doing and did it good.”
Adverb
Correct and apropos
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