The Word is:”good”
adjective: good; comparative adjective: better; superlative adjective: best
1.to be desired or approved of.
“we’ve had some good news”
“the play had good reviews”
2.having the required qualities; of a high standard.
synonyms: fine, of high quality, of a high standard, quality, superior; More
“I’m good at crosswords”
synonyms: capable, able, proficient, adept, adroit, accomplished, seasoned, skilful, skilled, gifted, talented, masterly, virtuoso, expert, knowledgeable, qualified, trained; More
“she’s not feeling too good”
synonyms: healthy, fine, sound, tip-top, hale, hale and hearty, hearty, lusty, fit, robust, sturdy, strong, vigorous More
antonyms: poor, ill, diseased
“too much sun is not good for you”
synonyms: wholesome, health-giving, healthful, healthy, nourishing, nutritious, nutritional, strengthening, beneficial, salubrious, salutary
“milk is good for you”
“this is a good month for planting seeds”
synonyms: convenient, suitable, appropriate, fitting, fit, suited, agreeable; More
“she speaks good English”
“a good Catholic girl”
noun: good; plural noun: goods
1.that which is morally right; righteousness.
synonyms: virtue, righteousness, virtuousness, goodness, morality, ethicalness, uprightness, upstandingness, integrity, principle, dignity, rectitude, rightness; More
2.benefit or advantage to someone or something.
synonyms: benefit, advantage, profit, gain, interest, welfare, well-being, enjoyment, satisfaction, comfort, ease, convenience; More
3.merchandise or possessions.
synonyms: merchandise, wares, stock, commodities, line, lot, produce, products, articles, solutions; More
things to be transported, as distinct from passengers.
“a means of transporting passengers as well as goods”
synonyms: freight, cargo; More
the genuine article.
plural noun: the goods
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