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goody

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1goody

noun \ˈg-dē\

Definition of GOODY

archaic
:  a usually married woman of lowly station —used as a title preceding a surname

Origin of GOODY

alteration of goodwife
First Known Use: 1559

Rhymes with GOODY

2goody

noun
plural good·ies

Definition of GOODY

1
:  something that is particularly attractive, pleasurable, good, or desirable
2
chiefly British :  one that is good; especially :  an opponent of the villain (as in a motion picture)

Variants of GOODY

goody or good·ie

First Known Use of GOODY

1756

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