see: good egg
noun, British. 1. a railway locomotive used to haul a freight train.
noun 1. Jesus Christ. John 10:11–14. noun 1. (New Testament) a title given to Jesus Christ in John 10:11–12 A title of Jesus, based on a passage in the Gospel of John, where he says, “I am the good shepherd: the good shepherd giveth his life for the sheep,” and “I am the good shepherd, […]
- Good shit
interjection good deal noun phrase Anything favorable or pleasant; something one approves of: This place is real good shit, ain’t it? (1950s+)
- Good show
interjection splendid; excellent performance Examples He tried hard, so we yelled “Good show!” Word Origin 1940; British Usage Note informal (to express approval)