a conventional expression used at meeting or parting in the afternoon.
a conventional expression of greeting or farewell used in the afternoon
[goo d-awl] /ˈgʊdˌɔl/ noun 1. Jane, born 1934, English primatologist and zoologist. Goodall (gd’ôl) British zoologist whose study of the life and habitat of the chimpanzee has greatly increased understanding of primate behavior. Goodall’s research demonstrated that chimpanzees are capable of complex emotional relationships, and have the skill and intelligence to make tools. She has […]
- Good and mad
modifier Thoroughly angry: good and mad at you
- Good around
Fool or play around, engage in horseplay, as in The boys were goofing around in the schoolyard. [ ; 1920s ]
noun 1. satisfactory, proper, or polite conduct. 2. conduct conformable to law; orderly conduct: The convict’s sentence was reduced for good behavior. 3. proper fulfillment of the duties of an office, especially a public office: The incumbent could not be discharged during good behavior.