Definitions of good in various dictionaries:
moral excellence or admirableness
that which is pleasing or valuable or useful
articles of commerce
having desirable or positive qualities especially those suitable for a thing specified
having the normally expected amount
deserving of esteem and respect
promoting or enhancing well-being
agreeable or pleasing
of moral excellence
having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude
with or in a close or intimate relationship
most suitable or right for a particular purpose
exerting force or influence
capable of pleasing
appealing to the mind
in excellent physical condition
tending to promote physical well-being
not left to spoil
(often used as a combining form) in a good or proper or satisfactory manner or to a high standard (`good' is a nonstandard dialectal variant for `well')
completely and absolutely (`good' is sometimes used informally for `thoroughly')
Being positive or desirable in nature; not bad or poor: a good experience; good news from the hospital.
Having the qualities that are desirable or distinguishing in a particular thing: a good exterior paint; a good joke.
Serving the desired purpose or end; suitable: Is this a good dress for the party? 3.
Not spoiled or ruined: The milk is still good.
In excellent condition; sound: a good tooth.
Superior to the average; satisfactory: a good student.
Used formerly to refer to the U.
Of high quality: good books.
Discriminating: good taste.
Worthy of respect; honorable: ruined the family’s good name.
Attractive; handsome: good looks.
Beneficial to health; salutary: a good night’s rest.
Competent; skilled: a good machinist.
Complete; thorough: a good workout.
Reliable; sure: a good investment.
Valid or true: a good reason.
Genuine; real: a good dollar bill.
In effect; operative: a warranty good for two years; a driver’s license that is still good.
Able to continue in a specified activity: I’m good for another round of golf.
Able to elicit a specified reaction: He is always good for a laugh.
Ample; substantial: a good income.
Bountiful: a good table.
Full: It is a good mile from here.
Pleasant; enjoyable: had a good time at the party.
Propitious; favorable: good weather; a good omen.
Of moral excellence; upright: a good person.
Benevolent; kind: a good soul; a good heart.
Loyal; staunch: a good Republican.
Well-behaved; obedient: a good child.
Socially correct; proper: good manners.
Having landed within bounds or within a particular area of a court: The first serve was wide, but the second was good.
Used to form exclamatory phrases expressing surprise or dismay: Good heavens! Good grief! — n.
Something that is good.
A good, valuable, or useful part or aspect.
Welfare; benefit: for the common good.
Goodness; virtue: There is much good to be found in people.
Commodities; wares: frozen goods.
Portable personal property.
Futile; useless: It’s no good arguing with them.
For the best; advantageous.
It should not be used as an ad verb with other verb s: The car runs well (not good).
adj - having positive or desirable qualities
noun - something that is good
GOOD - In its most general context, the concept of good denotes that conduct which is to be or should be preferred when posed with a choice between a set of...