Sense: Noun

  1. Benefit.

    1. For your own good.
    2. What's the good of worrying?.
  2. Moral excellence or admirableness.

    1. There is much good to be found in people.
  3. That which is pleasing or valuable or useful.

    1. Weigh the good against the bad.
    2. Among the highest goods of all are happiness and self-realization.

Sense: Adjective

  1. Having desirable or positive qualities especially those suitable for a thing specified.

    1. Good news from the hospital.
    2. A good report card.
    3. When she was good she was very very good.
    4. A good knife is one good for cutting.
    5. This stump will make a good picnic table.
    6. A good check.
    7. A good joke.
    8. A good exterior paint.
    9. A good secretary.
    10. A good dress for the office.
  2. Morally admirable.

  3. Having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude.

    1. Adept in handicrafts.
    2. An adept juggler.
    3. An expert job.
    4. A good mechanic.
    5. A practiced marksman.
    6. A proficient engineer.
    7. A lesser-known but no less skillful composer.
    8. The effect was achieved by skillful retouching.
  4. Promoting or enhancing well-being.

    1. An arms limitation agreement beneficial to all countries.
    2. The beneficial effects of a temperate climate.
    3. The experience was good for her.

Sense: Adverb

  1. (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').

    1. The children behaved well.
    2. A task well done.
    3. The party went well.
    4. He slept well.
    5. A well-argued thesis.
    6. A well-seasoned dish.
    7. A well-planned party.
    8. The baby can walk pretty good.
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