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good evening used to say hello or good-bye during the evening.
good faith a state of honesty, sincerity, and good intentions (usu. prec. by "in").
good-for-nothing having little value; worthless; useless. [2 definitions]
Good Friday the Friday before Easter Sunday, commemorated by Christians for the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.
good guy (informal) the leading, and morally decent, character of a fictional story. [4 definitions]
good-hearted having a kind, considerate, and generous nature.
good humor a pleasant, cheerful, amiable mood.
good-humored having or showing a happy, friendly, or pleasant state of mind; good-natured.
goodish somewhat good. [2 definitions]
good-looking attractive or pleasing in appearance; beautiful or handsome.
good looks attractive personal appearance; handsomeness; beauty.
goodly large; substantial; considerable. [2 definitions]
good morning used as an expression of greeting or farewell in the morning.
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.