the good old days

Definition of the good old days

  1. :  a period of time in the past that a person thinks were pleasant and better than the present time In the 1960s, everything seemed possible. Those were the good old days.

Word by Word Definitions

goodplay
  1. :  of a favorable character or tendency

    :  bountiful, fertile

    :  handsome, attractive

  1. :  something that is good

    :  something conforming to the moral order of the universe

    :  praiseworthy character :  goodness

  1. :  well

    : used as an intensive

  1. :  dating from the remote past :  ancient

    :  persisting from an earlier time

    :  of long standing

daysplay
  1. :  in the daytime repeatedly :  on any day


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