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good will

good will (good·will)

good will (goodwill)

 
pronunciation:
gUd wIl
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: an attitude of friendliness or kindness; benevolence.
antonyms:
acrimony, animosity, ill will, malevolence
similar words:
amity, benevolence, charity
definition 2: cheerful willingness or consent.
definition 3: a good business relationship or reputation with customers or with the public, considered to be a salable asset.
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