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good nature a pleasant, cheerful, amiable disposition; geniality.
good-natured having or showing a pleasant, cheerful, easygoing, or friendly character or mood.
goodness the quality or condition of being good. [3 definitions]
good night used as an expression of farewell at night.
good riddance used to express relief that someone or something is gone or done with.
goods movable property; possessions. [2 definitions]
good Samaritan a person who compassionately and unselfishly helps others in distress.
Good Shepherd in the New Testament, a figurative reference to Jesus Christ as the leader and guardian of his people.
good-sized fairly large; ample.
good-tempered having a good temper; not easily angered or irritated; amiable; good-natured.
good turn a helpful act; favor.
good will an attitude of friendliness or kindness; benevolence. [3 definitions]
goody (informal; usu. pl.) something that is very pleasing, delightful, or desirable, esp. something sweet or delicious to eat. [2 definitions]
goody-goody a person who is or pretends to be exceedingly good or virtuous, esp. in order to impress others. [2 definitions]
gooey (informal) resembling or covered with goo; gluey; sticky; muddy. [2 definitions]
goof (informal) a foolish mistake; blunder. [4 definitions]
goof around (informal) to amuse oneself, esp. by doing silly or frivolous things.
go off to explode. [8 definitions]
go off on a tangent to switch suddenly from a main topic or course of action to another that is irrelevant.
go off on (someone) (informal) to explode in anger or outrage at someone, usually with a burst of speech.
goof-off (informal) someone who habitually wastes time or avoids responsibility; shirker.