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Definition of good-time in English:

adjective

[attributive]
1(Of a person) having the pursuit of pleasure as one’s chief aim: a good-time girl a good-time party guy
More example sentences
  • Nikki (Miller, Law's real-life steady) is a gorgeous but unhinged good-time girl who never quite knows when the party's over.
  • This week's show streaks into the cheekier end of the information TV spectrum by staging a contest between a gaggle of good-time girls getting ready for a night on the town and Ford's rally team.
  • They sound as if they've turned out to be fine people despite all the press stereotypes of them as good-time party girls.
1.1(Of music) intended purely to entertain: good-time rock ‘n’ roll
More example sentences
  • Solid Comfort's music ranges from 1940's blues, to down-home country, to ‘non-electric, good-time music.’
  • Psychobilly is just good-time music that uses traditional rockabilly and can get really crazy.
  • Call it ‘Frisco Jazz,’ call it ‘Dixieland’ or ‘Traditional Jazz,’ it matters not - it's simply good-time music!

Derivatives

good-timer

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noun

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