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Good Adjective Synonyms
agreeable, satisfactory, commendable, acceptable, fair, adequate, admissible, tolerable, all right, passable, okay or OK
According to the reviews, the new opera is good but not great.
admirable, outstanding, first-rate, first-class, fine, superb, superior, tiptop, extraordinary, exemplary, choice, excellent, capital, marvelous, wonderful, splendid, sterling, super(-duper), great, smashing, A1 or A-1 or A-one, cracking
I thought that was a really good dinner.
fresh, unspoilt, edible, consumable, palatable
These eggs are good but the milk has gone off.
benefit, advantage, profit,efulness, gain, worth, avail
What good does it do to complain? .
well-proportioned, shapely, attractive
Yes, I'd say that Marilyn has a good figure.
genuine, valid, legitimate, authentic, honest, proper, reliable, secure, dependable, safe, creditable, sound, solid, substantial, well-founded, trustworthy, honest, actual, real, credible, believable, convincing, compelling, cogent
Have you a good reason for saying that.
best, company, Sunday, special-occasion, most luxurious
Should we use the good glasses tonight.
great, considerable, sizeable, substantial, fair
We are still a good distance away from land.
moral, high-minded, righteous, noble, wholesome, chaste, pure, honourable, ethical, upstanding, upright, virtuous, worthy, lofty, elevated, saintly, angelic, godly, godlike, honourable, esteemed, respected, respectable, well-thought-of, reputable, established, solid
They all agreed that he was a good man.
kind, benevolent, beneficent, gracious, gentle, kindly, nice, considerate, friendly, solicitous, good-hearted, sympathetic, benign, charitable, humane, kind-hearted, well-disposed
Her parents have always been good to me.
obedient, well-behaved, proper, well-mannered
Why can't you be a good boy when we go out.
thorough, complete, penetrating, careful
Has she had a good look at the defendant.
correct, proper, decorous, orderly, right, seemly, fit, fitting, suitable, meet, appropriate, allowable, permissible, admissible, passable, satisfactory, tolerable
He should get time off for good behavior.
approving, complimentary, flattering, positive, favorable, enthusiastic, laudatory, eulogistic, encomiastic
His book received a very good review in the Sunday supplement.
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Life Style / Holiday / Good Friday: Two days before Easter Sunday. It is likely Good Friday was originally called God's Day. Czechoslovaks call it big Friday, Macedonians refer to it as Velik Petok or great Friday. Usually a day of sadn MORE