good

Adjective
  • Having desirable or positive qualities especially those suitable for a thing specified (synset 301126910)
  • Morally admirable (synset 301133477)
Noun
  • Benefit (synset 105167108)
  • Moral excellence or admirableness (synset 104856472)
  • That which is pleasing or valuable or useful (synset 105149427)
  • Articles of commerce (synset 103080712)
Adverb
  • (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') (synset 400011555)
  • Completely and absolutely (`good' is sometimes used informally for `thoroughly') (synset 400057926)
Adjective
  • Having the normally expected amount (synset 300106819)
  • Deserving of esteem and respect (synset 301990227)
  • Promoting or enhancing well-being (synset 300065107)
  • Agreeable or pleasing (synset 301591160)
  • Of moral excellence (synset 302044341)
  • Having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude (synset 302234002)
  • Thorough (synset 300525453)
  • With or in a close or intimate relationship (synset 300454916)
  • Financially safe (synset 302281393)
  • Most suitable or right for a particular purpose (synset 301665754)
  • Resulting favorably (synset 301052461)
  • Exerting force or influence (synset 300836323)
  • Capable of pleasing (synset 301813594)
  • Appealing to the mind (synset 301336429)
  • In excellent physical condition (synset 301174757)
  • Tending to promote physical well-being
    Beneficial to health (synset 301169957)
  • Not forged (synset 301119768)
  • Not left to spoil (synset 301072013)
  • Generally admired (synset 300779170)

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