To be desired or approved of
Turn something to one’s advantage
In disfavour (or favour) with someone
Provide someone or something with challenging competition
Derive reward or enjoyment in return for one’s outlay or efforts
A fortunate occurrence that could not have been predicted or expected
there is always a market for a good product
Act virtuously, especially by helping others
Used to express pleasure or approval
(Of a person) contemptible; worthless
Especially of God: entirely or infinitely good.
Worldly possessions, food, etc., viewed as the property of God in human stewardship.
Designating something which is simultaneously good and bad, especially that is generally bad or inferior, but has redeeming characteristics, or is a particularly good example of an inferior thing.
Designating a children's story in which the main character is a boy who behaves virtuously (now historical).
A person who is saying goodbye.
As part of a customary expression of good wishes on meeting or parting during the evening or (formerly) the afternoon. Originally in God give you good even; now chiefly in to wish (also bid) (a person) (a) good even, and (as an address) a good even to you.
(With the or occasionally in plural) fairies or elves collectively; also occasionally witches collectively.
(Usually with the, frequently in plural) a good or virtuous person; especially one who is on the side of good against evil in a story, film, etc., and whom the reader or audience is intended to support or identify with; (in extended use) a person who is on one's side; frequently opposed to bad guy.
Hair which is straight or wavy, and typically long and smooth.
(With possessive pronoun) one's wife or partner.
A life of luxury, pleasure, or material comfort.
= good morning.
News of an occurrence that is of benefit to oneself, one's friends, one's community, etc.; news of something that one has hoped for. Also in weakened use: information that is welcome or pleasing.
A holy season or time of year; specifically (occasionally) Christmas; (most commonly) Shrovetide.
Words which are pleasant, friendly, or kind.
Used to express approval (or criticism) of a person’s decision or suggestion
Causing a feeling of happiness and well-being
A resource, such as sunlight or air, which is so abundant that its availability is not a constraint on economic activity
Expressing good wishes on meeting or parting during the day
A thing, especially a cultivated plant or domesticated animal, that thrives or performs well without special attention
Behaviour that complies with current social conventions
The truth of the matter; the facts
(Of a person) having the pursuit of pleasure as one’s chief aim
Remain true or valid
Used to express wishes for success
A form of address used (originally) between male friends or (now usually) fellow users of Citizens' Band radio.
Of a good standard or quality.
The action of doing a good deed; virtuous or philanthropic behaviour.
That is good to eat; good-tasting.
(Of a machine, instrument, etc.) that is working well; compare earlier well-going.
Favour, high regard; especially in to be in a person's good graces: = in a person's good books.
The plant good King Henry, Chenopodium bonus-henricus.
(Of a delivery) pitched on a good length; neither short nor full in length.