Good - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- moral excellence or admirableness (syn: goodness)
- that which is pleasing or valuable or useful (syn: goodness)
- articles of commerce (syn: commodity)
- deserving of esteem and respect (syn: estimable, honorable, respectable)
- promoting or enhancing well-being (syn: beneficial)
- agreeable or pleasing
- of moral excellence (syn: just, upright)
- with or in a close or intimate relationship (syn: dear, near)
- financially safe (syn: dependable, safe, secure)
- most suitable or right for a particular purpose (syn: right, ripe)
- resulting favorably (syn: well)
- exerting force or influence (syn: effective)
- capable of pleasing
- appealing to the mind (syn: serious)
- in excellent physical condition (syn: sound)
- tending to promote physical well-being; beneficial to health (syn: salutary)
- not forged (syn: honest)
- not left to spoil (syn: unspoiled, unspoilt)
- generally admired
- completely and absolutely (`good' is sometimes used informally for `thoroughly') (syn: soundly, thoroughly)
You'll need better tools for this job.
The car is in good condition.
There are some good restaurants in this neighborhood.
I'm afraid your work is just not good enough.
Keep up the good work.
The food was good but not great.
He has done good but not outstanding work.
Did you have a good time at the party?
We're expecting good weather for the weekend.
The battle of good versus evil
Teachers can be a strong force for good.
The difference between good and bad
They had to sacrifice lesser goods for greater ones.
What is life's highest good?
Parents must teach their children the difference between the good and the bad.