Show More good In addition to the idioms beginning with good good and good around good as, as good as done, as good as gold, as good as one's word, as good day good deal, a good egg, a good evening good faith good for.Socially proper: good manners.

Profitable, useful, serviceable, beneficial.Show More The American Heritage Science Dictionary Copyright 2011.In m you will find, for example, entries for well-advised and well-mannered; for ill-advised, ill-bred, and ill-conceived; and for half-baked and half-cocked.

Satisfactory in quality, quantity, or degree: a good teacher; good health.Irregular comparatives ( better, best ) reflect a widespread pattern,.