alphabet

Good

Synonyms for good:

all (adjective)

full.

angelic (adjective)

righteous, virtuous.

authentic, real (adjective)

genuine, valid, bona fide, well-founded, true.

beneficial (adjective)

improving, helpful, Gainful, favorable, advantageous, useful, beneficial, successful, prosperous, profitable, progressive, better.

benevolent (adjective)

benignant, goodhearted.

competent, skilled (adjective)

clever, able, adroit, expert, accomplished, useful, suitable, reliable, proficient, capable, serviceable, dexterous, talented, skillful, proper, trustworthy, thorough, adept, efficient, qualified.

considerable (adjective)

entire, substantial, paying, extensive, worthwhile, adequate, full, big, sufficient, large, complete, long, sizable.

excellent (adjective)

all-right, tiptop.

generous (adjective)

generous, expansive, Warm-hearted, big-hearted, bounteous, Open-handed, Soft-hearted, Kind-hearted, selfless, liberal, munificent, bountiful.

goodly (adjective)

goodly.

healing (adjective)

therapeutic.

healthy (adjective)

hearty, salutary, nutritious.

innocent (adjective)

uncorrupted, virginal, irreproachable, unblamable, untainted.

just (adjective)

just, equitable, even-handed, honorable, due, well-founded, fair, veracious, square, lawful, right, equable.

kind, giving (adjective)

merciful, philanthropic, humane, kindhearted, beneficent, friendly, altruistic, humanitarian, considerate, benevolent, gracious.

kindhearted (adjective)

kindhearted.

meritorious (adjective)

meritorious.

moral, virtuous (adjective)

right, praiseworthy, estimable, lily-white, upright, charitable, blameless, pure, dutiful, ethical, guiltless, respectable, Irreprehensible, irreproachable, innocent, exemplary, obedient, untainted, uncorrupted, righteous, honest.

nutritive (adjective)

nutritional.

obedient (adjective)

dutiful, well behaved, obedient.

pleasant (adjective)

agreeable, satisfying, enjoyable.

pleasing (adjective)

becoming.

positive (adjective)

positive.

productive (adjective)

paying.

proper (adjective)

desirable, becoming, fit, suitable.

qualified (adjective)

able, competent.

reliable (adjective)

loyal.

reliable; untainted (adjective)

intact, safe, unimpaired, flawless, loyal, unhurt, undamaged, solid, unspoiled, unblemished, fresh, dependable, whole, perfect.

reputable (adjective)

reputable.

savory (adjective)

delicious, delectable, scrumptious, toothsome, ambrosial, savory, tasty, palatable, mouth-watering, flavorful, luscious, appetizing.

skillful (adjective)

qualified, skilled.

solid (adjective)

law-abiding.

suitable (adjective)

appropriate, proper.

superior (adjective)

five-star.

sure-fire (adjective)

sure-fire.

tasty (adjective)

spicy, savory, luscious, sweet, toothsome, peppery, delectable, salty, tasty, delicious, sour, flavorful, palatable.

useful, adequate (adjective)

propitious, opportune, salubrious, auspicious, desirable, decent, benignant, fitting, ample, convenient, becoming, appropriate, wholesome, tolerable, profitable, salutary, Commendatory, helpful, seemly, beneficial, advantageous, Toward, approving, meet, apt, benefic, fit, healthful, healthy, common.

virtuous (adjective)

faultless, ethical, unsullied, Taintless, clean, unspotted, valorous, uncorrupted, high-minded, guiltless, heroic, decent.

well-behaved (adjective)

kindly, thoughtful, orderly.

all (adverb)

soundly, well, thoroughly.

Sense 7

easy, airy, trick, whole.

Sense 8

nasty, distinction, round, spin.

Sense 10

common.

Sense 12

long, moderate.

Sense 14

thing.

Sense 17

soft.

Sense 19

line.

Sunday

sunday.

Sunday-go-to-meeting

sunday-go-to-meeting.

available

usable.

bang-up

bang up.

cherished

old.

dependable

dependable, sure-fire.

eatable

edible.

encouraging

hopeful.

honest

straight.

kindly

humane, kindly.

sinless

holy.

surely

yes.

trustworthy

trusty.

well-behaved

well behaved.

Sense 1 (noun)

born, A-list, chief, common, below, B-list, elite, above, genteel.

Sense 2 (noun)

suitable, hooray, GOTCHA, AAH.

Sense 3 (noun)

utter, thorough, unadulterated, able, outright, in depth.

Sense 5 (noun)

fabulously, satisfying, ably, superlatively, fantastically.

Sense 6 (noun)

guaranteed, valid.

Sense 7 (noun)

innocent.

Sense 8 (noun)

bonny, yes, braw.

Sense 9 (noun)

gifted, transliterate, grateful, gratifying, congenial, welcome, pleasing, agreeable, pleasurable.

Sense 10 (noun)

tailor-made, meet, expedient, fit, convenient, appropriate, befitting.

Sense 11 (noun)

perfect, uninjured, unhurt, unblemished, whole, flawless, unbroken, ideal, unmarred, undamaged, intact, unharmed, unimpaired.

Sense 12 (noun)

cheerful.

Sense 13 (noun)

Toward, benignant, propitious, adorable, beneficent, benefic.

Sense 14 (noun)

competent, capable, practical, skilled.

Sense 15 (noun)

bona fide, trump card, privilege, edge, unquestionable, actual, incentive, asset, undoubted, indubitable, authentic, original, real.

Sense 18 (noun)

bright, auspicious, brilliant, fortunate.

Sense 19 (noun)

truthful, lily-white, Irreprehensible, unblamable.

Sense 20 (noun)

holy, straight-shooting, incorruptible.

Sense 21 (noun)

goodhearted, kindly, kind, kindhearted, high-class, altruistic, benevolent.

Sense 22 (noun)

dead, topspin, long, playable, bouncy, underarm, rebound, backspin, spin.

Sense 25 (noun)

joyful, uplifting, heartwarming, life-affirming, joyous.

Sense 26 (noun)

cooperative, submissive, compliant, legalistic, servile.

Sense 29 (noun)

modesty, integrity, propriety, purity.

Sense 31 (noun)

efficient.

Sense 32 (noun)

untainted, well-preserved.

adequate (noun)

ample, sufficient.

advantage, benefit (noun)

boon, asset, interest, favor, avail, benediction, gain, profit, usefulness, use, prize, service, godsend, blessing, welfare, prosperity, well-being, windfall.

attribute (noun)

goodness.

benefit (noun)

bonus, furtherance, promotion, benefit, boon, progress, profit, gain, prosperity, improvement, blessing, advantage, success, favor.

favorable (noun)

Commendatory.

fresh (noun)

fresh.

genuine (noun)

real, valid.

honorable (noun)

reputable.

kind (noun)

considerate, kind, generous.

moral (noun)

charitable.

morality (noun)

probity, merit, value, worth, excellence, uprightness, virtue, straight, righteousness, quality, rectitude, ideal.

prosperity (noun)

welfare.

sound (noun)

solid.

virtue (noun)

merit, virtue, valor, worthiness, morality, honor, respectability, whiteness, blamelessness, angelicness, high-mindedness, Estimableness, righteousness, probity, decency, upstandingness, ethics, guiltlessness, creditability, nobility, cleanness, pureness, faultlessness, heroism.

Usage examples for good:

  • It ain't no good. - "Calvary Alley", Alice Hegan Rice.
  • And he warn't no good, were he? - "The Man with a Shadow", George Manville Fenn.
  • I have done with it for good." - "The Dop Doctor", Clotilde Inez Mary Graves.

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