[goo d-lee] /ˈgʊd li/
adjective, goodlier, goodliest.
of good or substantial size, amount, etc.:
a goodly sum.
of good or fine appearance.
Archaic. of a good quality:
a goodly gift.
adjective -lier, -liest
considerable: a goodly amount of money
(obsolete) attractive, pleasing, or fine: a goodly man
Old English godlic “goodly, excellent; comely fair;” see good (adj.) + -ly (1).
- Goodly trees
boughs of, were to be carried in festive procession on the first day of the feast of Tabernacles (Lev. 23:40). This was probably the olive tree (Neh. 8:15), although no special tree is mentioned.
- Good mind
see: have a good mind
[goo d-muh n] /ˈgʊd mən/ noun, plural goodmen. Archaic. 1. the master of a household; husband. 2. (initial capital letter) a title of respect used for a man below the rank of gentleman, especially a farmer or yeoman. [goo d-muh n] /ˈgʊd mən/ noun 1. Benjamin David (“Benny”) 1909–86, U.S. jazz clarinetist and bandleader. /ˈɡʊdmən/ […]
interjection 1. a conventional expression at meeting or parting in the morning. sentence substitute 1. a conventional expression of greeting or farewell used in the morning see under good day