Definition of good-oh in English:

good-oh

Line breaks: good-oh
Pronunciation: /ˈgʊdəʊ
 
, gʊdˈəʊ
 
/

exclamation

dated
Used to express pleasure or approval.
More example sentences
  • Even James grew anxious when admiring some Venetian palazzo lest he was saying good-oh to something Ruskin had disapproved of.

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