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good

(Favorable), adjective admirable, ample, apt, auspicious, beneficial, capital, choice, clean, cordial, correct, estimable, ethical, excellent, fair, favorable, fine, first-rate, genial, healthful, innocent, legitimate, palatable, preferable, proper, propitious, reliable, replete, right, rightful, salubrious, salutary, savory, select, seemly, serviceable, solid, sound, sterling, sufficient, unsullied, untainted, wholesome, worthy

good

(Nice), adjective apt, agreeable, bona fide, chaste, commendable, conscientious, cordial, decent, devout, dutiful, estimable, ethical, exemplary, genial, genuine, honest, honorable, human, just, kind, likeable, meritorious, moral, pious, proper, pure, reliable, righteous, sapid, seemly, sincere, solid, sufficient, toothsome, upright, valid, valuable, virtuous, well-behaved, wholesome, worthy
Associated concepts: Good Samaritan

good

(Skilled), adjective competent, correct, fit, proficient, right, select, skilled, tiptop
Associated concepts: a licensed practitioner in good standing

good

(Benefit), noun advantage, benefit, blessing, excellence, favor, gain, happiness, improvement, item, kindness, prize, profit, prosperity, service, weal, windfall

good

(Virtue), noun caliber, character, ethics, honesty, integrity, merit, probity, rectitude, righteousness, value, veracity, weal, worth
See also: advantage, appropriate, auspicious, behalf, benefit, betterment, clean, competent, ethical, favorable, item, meritorious, moral, palatable, preferable, proficient, salutary, sapid, savory, select, sterling, upright, valid, valuable, welfare
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People have compared me to Kylie since I first came over to Britain,'' she says good-humouredly.
Born in Prestatyn, North Wales, in 1938, the man who calls a spade a shovel, who despises snobbery in all its forms and who now answers good-humouredly to the name of Two Jags, is the first to admit he can be difficult.
But she good-humouredly dismisses the pin-up status of the TG4 presenters who are noted for their good looks.
Looking slightly rumpled, with his greying hair short and tousled, he good-humouredly analyses his life and career as one of the finest American actors of his generation.
And it is still presided over by the same auvergnoise proprietrix who good-humouredly put up with our demands for "une pour la rue" when she wanted to shut up shop and go home.
The full force of the Leinster House ushers was brought in to deal with the drama and the exodus from all party offices mingled good-humouredly in the rain outside for about 25 minutes.
C-wing group manager, Keith Lowe, good-humouredly outlined some of the more ghoulish features.
The buzz of conversation is broken by the occasional laugh as some of the older women good-humouredly poke fun at each other.