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Synonyms for good
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This thesaurus page is about all possible synonyms, equivalent, same meaning and similar words for the term good.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. good(noun)

    benefit

    "for your own good"; "what's the good of worrying?"

    Synonyms:
    goodness, trade good, commodity

    Antonyms:
    bad, evil, badness, evilness, indiscriminating, pestiferous, unfortunate, ill, unworthy, awful, mephistophelian, unfavourable, meagerly, scrimpy, wretched, tough, atrocious, inoperative, slimy, icky, inopportune, sinister, evil-minded, uncomplete, infernal, grievous, dark, satanic, unskilled, undiscriminating, sorry, swingeing, displeasing, unsound, mephistophelean, worthless, hellish, terrible, distant, fiendish, frightful, diabolical, remote, unsuitable, incompetent, severe, painful, pretty, unspeakable, imitative, rotten, flagitious, stale, hopeless, unhealthy, shitty, hard, vile, naughty, devilish, unhealthful, stingy, diabolic, monstrous, distressing, disadvantageous, meagre, perversive, ugly, fearful, deplorable, unrighteous, uncool, lamentable, no-good, meager, stinking, unfavorable, corked, demonic, corruptive, pitiful, crappy, horrid, rubber, nonintellectual, unholy, lousy, stinky, disreputable, negative, abominable, incomplete, counterfeit, poor, black, corky, dreadful, sad, mediocre, nasty, despicable

  2. good, goodness(noun)

    moral excellence or admirableness

    "there is much good to be found in people"

    Synonyms:
    goodness, trade good, commodity

    Antonyms:
    evilness, badness, evil, bad, counterfeit, infernal, dark, tough, scrimpy, imitative, atrocious, devilish, unhealthy, frightful, inopportune, diabolical, distant, unskilled, meagre, fiendish, meager, rotten, fearful, vile, remote, despicable, unfortunate, unsound, crappy, worthless, sad, mediocre, icky, satanic, stingy, severe, corky, swingeing, unworthy, lousy, pestiferous, unholy, inoperative, stinking, rubber, hard, monstrous, deplorable, no-good, unsuitable, unfavorable, displeasing, pretty, diabolic, lamentable, awful, unfavourable, negative, unhealthful, shitty, meagerly, poor, nonintellectual, black, perversive, stinky, undiscriminating, ill, dreadful, disadvantageous, distressing, ugly, flagitious, hellish, incompetent, hopeless, unrighteous, incomplete, abominable, pitiful, wretched, uncool, disreputable, stale, evil-minded, slimy, uncomplete, indiscriminating, corked, grievous, nasty, terrible, mephistophelean, demonic, unspeakable, corruptive, mephistophelian, naughty, painful, sorry, sinister, horrid

  3. good, goodness(noun)

    that which is pleasing or valuable or useful

    "weigh the good against the bad"; "among the highest goods of all are happiness and self-realization"

    Synonyms:
    goodness, trade good, commodity

    Antonyms:
    badness, evil, evilness, bad, no-good, distressing, sad, grievous, frightful, scrimpy, disreputable, monstrous, naughty, shitty, perversive, vile, swingeing, atrocious, remote, fiendish, crappy, ugly, ill, uncomplete, distant, diabolical, corruptive, unworthy, despicable, stingy, mephistophelean, unskilled, unsound, negative, fearful, stinky, counterfeit, worthless, undiscriminating, deplorable, displeasing, black, rubber, hard, nasty, hopeless, flagitious, dreadful, awful, severe, poor, infernal, imitative, unfavourable, incompetent, pitiful, unsuitable, stinking, unholy, sorry, pestiferous, dark, evil-minded, unrighteous, diabolic, unfavorable, satanic, uncool, stale, meagre, lamentable, hellish, icky, disadvantageous, sinister, inoperative, indiscriminating, meager, incomplete, demonic, inopportune, mephistophelian, tough, abominable, meagerly, unspeakable, corky, unfortunate, devilish, painful, mediocre, unhealthy, corked, nonintellectual, wretched, horrid, rotten, slimy, unhealthful, pretty, lousy, terrible

  4. commodity, trade good, good(adj)

    articles of commerce

    Synonyms:
    goodness, trade good, commodity

    Antonyms:
    evilness, badness, evil, bad, uncool, deplorable, unsuitable, swingeing, unskilled, incomplete, undiscriminating, hard, diabolical, unhealthy, awful, corky, perversive, icky, unspeakable, stinky, lousy, inopportune, fiendish, satanic, imitative, indiscriminating, diabolic, disadvantageous, scrimpy, no-good, frightful, sad, abominable, monstrous, atrocious, tough, meagerly, unhealthful, uncomplete, ill, horrid, hopeless, wretched, demonic, crappy, dreadful, evil-minded, counterfeit, nasty, rotten, painful, nonintellectual, distressing, hellish, ugly, stinking, mephistophelean, inoperative, distant, worthless, infernal, rubber, negative, black, fearful, meagre, unfavourable, severe, remote, unfavorable, corruptive, shitty, unfortunate, unworthy, unrighteous, unholy, meager, poor, stingy, slimy, mediocre, naughty, sorry, dark, flagitious, disreputable, grievous, pretty, corked, incompetent, terrible, sinister, pitiful, despicable, unsound, mephistophelian, pestiferous, displeasing, vile, lamentable, stale, devilish

  5. good(adj)

    having desirable or positive qualities especially those suitable for a thing specified

    "good news from the hospital"; "a good report card"; "when she was good she was very very good"; "a good knife is one good for cutting"; "this stump will make a good picnic table"; "a good check"; "a good joke"; "a good exterior paint"; "a good secretary"; "a good dress for the office"

    Synonyms:
    upright, dependable, serious, right, full, undecomposed, ripe, estimable, honorable, expert, beneficial, proficient, secure, in effect(p), effective, skillful, well(p), skilful, salutary, just, unspoiled, in force(p), respectable, honest, practiced, adept, sound, near, unspoilt, dear, safe

    Antonyms:
    bad, badness, evil, evilness, dreadful, stale, uncomplete, severe, meagre, nonintellectual, horrid, mediocre, ugly, deplorable, hard, sinister, diabolic, incomplete, corruptive, indiscriminating, unhealthful, black, tough, stingy, naughty, atrocious, unfortunate, despicable, incompetent, swingeing, sad, counterfeit, distant, vile, unsound, remote, hellish, unhealthy, infernal, uncool, lamentable, crappy, pestiferous, distressing, unholy, abominable, pretty, demonic, hopeless, poor, unskilled, meager, stinky, rubber, mephistophelian, fiendish, awful, unfavorable, flagitious, icky, mephistophelean, undiscriminating, perversive, sorry, nasty, evil-minded, disadvantageous, fearful, grievous, corked, shitty, frightful, devilish, painful, meagerly, unspeakable, slimy, corky, unrighteous, diabolical, rotten, dark, stinking, unfavourable, terrible, imitative, ill, satanic, unworthy, lousy, pitiful, unsuitable, inoperative, scrimpy, negative, inopportune, worthless, disreputable, wretched, no-good, monstrous, displeasing

  6. full, good(adj)

    having the normally expected amount

    "gives full measure"; "gives good measure"; "a good mile from here"

    Synonyms:
    dear, wide-cut, right, entire, in effect(p), broad(a), skillful, sound, serious, effective, upright, salutary, in force(p), skilful, practiced, dependable, estimable, expert, secure, beneficial, replete(p), wide, proficient, full, honest, respectable, undecomposed, unspoilt, full(a), ripe, just, safe, adept, honorable, total, well(p), near, unspoiled

    Antonyms:
    badness, evil, evilness, bad, crappy, corruptive, unskilled, unfavorable, counterfeit, unfortunate, stale, diabolic, hard, unfavourable, unsuitable, ugly, worthless, disadvantageous, pretty, black, diabolical, awful, incompetent, imitative, distressing, perversive, dark, frightful, grievous, displeasing, hellish, unhealthful, uncool, shitty, poor, unspeakable, hopeless, ill, satanic, mephistophelian, unhealthy, dreadful, scrimpy, negative, painful, stinking, severe, rotten, swingeing, meagerly, flagitious, unrighteous, deplorable, lousy, remote, icky, unholy, infernal, incomplete, rubber, stinky, corky, sinister, mediocre, sad, demonic, indiscriminating, slimy, atrocious, naughty, monstrous, unworthy, meager, inoperative, pitiful, abominable, vile, evil-minded, unsound, mephistophelean, despicable, inopportune, wretched, terrible, lamentable, pestiferous, meagre, devilish, nonintellectual, fiendish, uncomplete, stingy, corked, nasty, no-good, distant, disreputable, undiscriminating, tough, horrid, fearful, sorry

  7. good(adj)

    morally admirable

    Synonyms:
    upright, dependable, serious, right, full, undecomposed, ripe, estimable, honorable, expert, beneficial, proficient, secure, in effect(p), effective, skillful, well(p), skilful, salutary, just, unspoiled, in force(p), respectable, honest, practiced, adept, sound, near, unspoilt, dear, safe

    Antonyms:
    evil, bad, evilness, badness, pestiferous, nonintellectual, diabolical, flagitious, unhealthy, distant, unholy, corruptive, black, corky, hard, mephistophelean, monstrous, sad, poor, ugly, stale, stingy, swingeing, unrighteous, devilish, fearful, stinky, unsound, perversive, unspeakable, rotten, despicable, abominable, fiendish, incompetent, lamentable, wretched, displeasing, uncool, deplorable, pitiful, unworthy, diabolic, imitative, distressing, sinister, unfavorable, tough, nasty, no-good, sorry, frightful, disreputable, unskilled, severe, unhealthful, scrimpy, counterfeit, painful, uncomplete, unsuitable, naughty, satanic, lousy, unfavourable, grievous, mephistophelian, icky, indiscriminating, awful, horrid, inopportune, remote, rubber, vile, shitty, ill, infernal, corked, undiscriminating, hellish, atrocious, dark, disadvantageous, incomplete, hopeless, terrible, meagerly, inoperative, pretty, dreadful, slimy, crappy, meager, meagre, negative, evil-minded, stinking, unfortunate, mediocre, demonic, worthless

  8. estimable, good, honorable, respectable(adj)

    deserving of esteem and respect

    "all respectable companies give guarantees"; "ruined the family's good name"

    Synonyms:
    dear, beneficial, in effect(p), unspoiled, skillful, sound, serious, effective, goodish, upright, salutary, in force(p), skilful, practiced, dependable, estimable, tidy, expert, secure, right, sizeable, healthy, proficient, full, sizable, honest, respectable, undecomposed, unspoilt, ethical, ripe, just, hefty, goodly, safe, adept, honorable, honourable, well(p), computable, near

    Antonyms:
    badness, evil, evilness, bad, mephistophelian, stingy, lousy, grievous, wretched, painful, no-good, unfortunate, diabolical, hellish, awful, indiscriminating, unfavourable, rubber, lamentable, unspeakable, abominable, distant, severe, stale, meager, demonic, incomplete, remote, fearful, diabolic, unsuitable, flagitious, unskilled, counterfeit, mediocre, unhealthful, mephistophelean, horrid, sinister, ill, pretty, negative, infernal, nonintellectual, unrighteous, devilish, meagre, corky, slimy, imitative, worthless, fiendish, distressing, poor, disreputable, uncomplete, incompetent, vile, terrible, uncool, pestiferous, corruptive, crappy, displeasing, icky, inopportune, hard, unfavorable, swingeing, satanic, corked, unsound, ugly, atrocious, nasty, deplorable, naughty, inoperative, stinking, black, pitiful, evil-minded, unhealthy, dark, despicable, scrimpy, undiscriminating, sorry, monstrous, sad, perversive, frightful, hopeless, tough, rotten, shitty, dreadful, unholy, unworthy, stinky, disadvantageous, meagerly

  9. beneficial, good(adj)

    promoting or enhancing well-being

    "an arms limitation agreement beneficial to all countries"; "the beneficial effects of a temperate climate"; "the experience was good for her"

    Synonyms:
    upright, dependable, just, right, full, undecomposed, ripe, estimable, honorable, expert, beneficial, proficient, secure, in effect(p), effective, skillful, well(p), serious, skilful, salutary, unspoiled, in force(p), respectable, honest, practiced, adept, sound, near, unspoilt, dear, safe

    Antonyms:
    bad, evilness, evil, badness, vile, painful, incompetent, remote, awful, unrighteous, lamentable, horrid, severe, unhealthful, pestiferous, meagre, terrible, meagerly, rotten, flagitious, indiscriminating, sorry, scrimpy, distant, deplorable, displeasing, pitiful, dreadful, fearful, sad, diabolical, tough, sinister, crappy, unholy, naughty, counterfeit, lousy, stingy, ugly, unhealthy, disadvantageous, demonic, corked, grievous, hopeless, stale, evil-minded, swingeing, mephistophelian, hard, unfortunate, pretty, unsound, uncool, uncomplete, distressing, imitative, shitty, fiendish, no-good, frightful, wretched, incomplete, negative, perversive, corruptive, monstrous, undiscriminating, mephistophelean, ill, rubber, diabolic, unfavourable, atrocious, disreputable, inoperative, meager, dark, unsuitable, stinky, abominable, devilish, unspeakable, icky, unskilled, worthless, nasty, black, inopportune, hellish, satanic, infernal, stinking, despicable, corky, mediocre, unfavorable, nonintellectual, slimy, unworthy, poor

  10. good(adj)

    agreeable or pleasing

    "we all had a good time"; "good manners"

    Synonyms:
    upright, dependable, serious, right, full, undecomposed, ripe, estimable, honorable, expert, beneficial, proficient, secure, in effect(p), effective, skillful, well(p), skilful, salutary, just, unspoiled, in force(p), respectable, honest, practiced, adept, sound, near, unspoilt, dear, safe

    Antonyms:
    evilness, evil, bad, badness, vile, stale, mephistophelian, sorry, stinking, negative, disreputable, grievous, poor, stingy, incomplete, abominable, atrocious, hopeless, monstrous, unsuitable, distant, meager, corked, fiendish, wretched, perversive, displeasing, pitiful, rotten, swingeing, diabolical, worthless, painful, despicable, disadvantageous, awful, icky, demonic, unholy, corky, inopportune, unworthy, pretty, lousy, satanic, infernal, sinister, undiscriminating, distressing, ill, unhealthful, uncool, deplorable, unskilled, dark, nonintellectual, rubber, unfavourable, shitty, naughty, unrighteous, meagerly, indiscriminating, diabolic, meagre, unsound, no-good, unhealthy, fearful, black, mephistophelean, hellish, uncomplete, nasty, imitative, stinky, tough, mediocre, terrible, unfortunate, sad, slimy, severe, crappy, ugly, scrimpy, unspeakable, flagitious, lamentable, corruptive, incompetent, hard, dreadful, horrid, counterfeit, evil-minded, unfavorable, devilish, remote, inoperative, frightful, pestiferous

  11. good, just, upright(adj)

    of moral excellence

    "a genuinely good person"; "a just cause"; "an upright and respectable man"

    Synonyms:
    dear, beneficial, in effect(p), unspoiled, skillful, sound, secure, serious, effective, upright, salutary, in force(p), vertical, skilful, practiced, equitable, estimable, expert, just, erect, proficient, full, honest, unsloped, respectable, undecomposed, unspoilt, fair, ripe, safe, adept, honorable, dependable, well(p), right, near

    Antonyms:
    evil, badness, evilness, bad, crappy, ugly, devilish, mephistophelean, painful, fiendish, fearful, diabolic, lousy, corruptive, indiscriminating, worthless, unworthy, scrimpy, swingeing, awful, shitty, frightful, imitative, hard, distressing, unskilled, poor, sad, remote, unsuitable, pitiful, unspeakable, incomplete, corked, counterfeit, ill, diabolical, hopeless, disreputable, infernal, meagre, terrible, hellish, pestiferous, lamentable, atrocious, despicable, unholy, tough, meagerly, distant, unrighteous, unhealthy, deplorable, displeasing, stinky, flagitious, stingy, uncool, naughty, pretty, rubber, sorry, stale, perversive, dark, mephistophelian, satanic, stinking, rotten, meager, undiscriminating, incompetent, sinister, corky, icky, unhealthful, slimy, unfortunate, abominable, inoperative, mediocre, uncomplete, nasty, dreadful, evil-minded, no-good, monstrous, nonintellectual, disadvantageous, negative, horrid, unfavourable, severe, unfavorable, demonic, inopportune, unsound, black, wretched, vile, grievous

  12. adept, expert, good, practiced, proficient, skillful, skilful(adj)

    having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude

    "adept in handicrafts"; "an adept juggler"; "an expert job"; "a good mechanic"; "a practiced marksman"; "a proficient engineer"; "a lesser-known but no less skillful composer"; "the effect was achieved by skillful retouching"

    Synonyms:
    dear, right, in effect(p), unspoiled, skillful, sound, serious, effective, upright, salutary, in force(p), skilful, practiced, dependable, estimable, technical, expert, secure, beneficial, proficient, full, honest, respectable, undecomposed, unspoilt, nice, ripe, just, safe, adept, honorable, well(p), near, practised

    Antonyms:
    evilness, bad, evil, badness, evil-minded, terrible, stinky, naughty, unfortunate, unfavourable, unsuitable, counterfeit, fiendish, incomplete, undiscriminating, stingy, unfavorable, distressing, nonintellectual, unrighteous, monstrous, worthless, diabolic, dreadful, lamentable, diabolical, swingeing, infernal, grievous, sinister, mephistophelian, corked, disreputable, inoperative, deplorable, tough, satanic, poor, icky, meager, meagre, disadvantageous, corruptive, devilish, corky, uncomplete, distant, abominable, unskilled, severe, ill, slimy, atrocious, flagitious, unsound, shitty, mephistophelean, unspeakable, painful, awful, rubber, pretty, horrid, stale, displeasing, fearful, sad, despicable, meagerly, pitiful, imitative, indiscriminating, uncool, demonic, hard, vile, nasty, unhealthy, mediocre, unholy, sorry, hellish, frightful, inopportune, black, unworthy, scrimpy, unhealthful, remote, crappy, no-good, ugly, perversive, wretched, dark, negative, incompetent, rotten, lousy, pestiferous, stinking, hopeless

  13. good(adj)

    thorough

    "had a good workout"; "gave the house a good cleaning"

    Synonyms:
    upright, dependable, serious, right, full, undecomposed, ripe, estimable, honorable, expert, beneficial, proficient, secure, in effect(p), effective, skillful, well(p), skilful, salutary, just, unspoiled, in force(p), respectable, honest, practiced, adept, sound, near, unspoilt, dear, safe

    Antonyms:
    evilness, evil, badness, bad, pitiful, black, imitative, atrocious, despicable, sinister, ugly, satanic, corky, severe, scrimpy, stinky, unhealthful, vile, poor, fearful, stingy, sad, horrid, unworthy, deplorable, hellish, tough, uncomplete, rotten, abominable, meagre, nonintellectual, pestiferous, diabolic, no-good, mediocre, meager, incomplete, rubber, sorry, displeasing, corked, grievous, shitty, naughty, icky, unspeakable, evil-minded, negative, diabolical, crappy, uncool, meagerly, nasty, dark, frightful, hopeless, pretty, awful, ill, terrible, incompetent, swingeing, unskilled, perversive, remote, lamentable, unfavourable, corruptive, flagitious, mephistophelian, undiscriminating, unsuitable, distant, slimy, mephistophelean, stale, distressing, lousy, fiendish, wretched, unfortunate, monstrous, devilish, stinking, hard, infernal, disreputable, painful, dreadful, inopportune, unrighteous, disadvantageous, indiscriminating, unsound, worthless, unholy, demonic, unhealthy, unfavorable, inoperative, counterfeit

  14. dear, good, near(adj)

    with or in a close or intimate relationship

    "a good friend"; "my sisters and brothers are near and dear"

    Synonyms:
    beneficial, dear, close, upright, sound, costly, in effect(p), unspoiled, skillful, effective, near(a), serious, secure, penny-pinching, heartfelt, salutary, pricy, earnest, skilful, practiced, dependable, estimable, dear(p), nigh(a), expert, approximate, just, darling, beloved, skinny, cheeseparing, proficient, full, nigh, right, high-priced, respectable, undecomposed, unspoilt, in force(p), ripe, pricey, honest, safe, adept, honorable, devout, well(p), near

    Antonyms:
    badness, evilness, bad, evil, distressing, black, painful, unfavorable, uncool, unskilled, disadvantageous, atrocious, pretty, infernal, despicable, distant, rubber, sad, unhealthful, hellish, unfavourable, corked, lamentable, pitiful, sinister, unsound, tough, satanic, unrighteous, demonic, nasty, indiscriminating, dreadful, undiscriminating, icky, inoperative, mephistophelean, corruptive, hard, fearful, unsuitable, meager, pestiferous, terrible, meagre, fiendish, stale, monstrous, perversive, shitty, incompetent, scrimpy, unholy, stinking, diabolic, displeasing, deplorable, corky, diabolical, poor, mediocre, swingeing, crappy, severe, abominable, unworthy, slimy, unfortunate, incomplete, horrid, worthless, inopportune, frightful, awful, flagitious, uncomplete, grievous, nonintellectual, devilish, unhealthy, meagerly, dark, wretched, remote, vile, stingy, counterfeit, mephistophelian, disreputable, evil-minded, imitative, ill, unspeakable, no-good, hopeless, stinky, ugly, naughty, sorry, lousy, negative, rotten

  15. dependable, good, safe, secure(adj)

    financially sound

    "a good investment"; "a secure investment"

    Synonyms:
    dear, safe(p), right, in effect(p), unspoiled, effective, skillful, sound, serious, secure, true(p), upright, untroubled, steady-going, inviolable, salutary, in force(p), reliable, skilful, practiced, dependable, estimable, rock-steady, expert, just, unafraid, beneficial, unassailable, proficient, full, honest, respectable, undecomposed, unspoilt, ripe, impregnable, safe, adept, honorable, strong, well(p), near, unattackable

    Antonyms:
    bad, badness, evilness, evil, black, icky, despicable, shitty, corruptive, mediocre, unrighteous, unfortunate, stinky, diabolical, corked, severe, indiscriminating, unhealthy, dark, abominable, rotten, no-good, grievous, diabolic, stale, nonintellectual, uncomplete, vile, stingy, devilish, meager, incompetent, infernal, remote, mephistophelian, disreputable, nasty, stinking, unskilled, hellish, imitative, inoperative, pestiferous, meagerly, perversive, unhealthful, fearful, unfavorable, disadvantageous, crappy, flagitious, meagre, awful, wretched, frightful, slimy, ill, sad, lousy, negative, distant, displeasing, scrimpy, hard, pitiful, naughty, tough, demonic, painful, evil-minded, lamentable, distressing, pretty, incomplete, unsuitable, unspeakable, fiendish, rubber, deplorable, uncool, inopportune, mephistophelean, swingeing, undiscriminating, counterfeit, sorry, unholy, atrocious, dreadful, unsound, unworthy, poor, sinister, ugly, monstrous, hopeless, corky, worthless, unfavourable, satanic, horrid, terrible

  16. good, right, ripe(adj)

    most suitable or right for a particular purpose

    "a good time to plant tomatoes"; "the right time to act"; "the time is ripe for great sociological changes"

    Synonyms:
    dear, beneficial, in effect(p), unspoiled, skillful, sound, secure, serious, effective, upright, salutary, in force(p), skilful, practiced, dependable, estimable, veracious, expert, correct, just, proficient, right-hand(a), right(a), proper, full, honest, respectable, undecomposed, unspoilt, ripe, mature, ripe(p), safe, adept, honorable, well(p), right, near, advanced

    Antonyms:
    evilness, badness, evil, bad, ill, unfavourable, displeasing, corruptive, fiendish, diabolical, negative, infernal, slimy, unfortunate, icky, awful, no-good, incompetent, shitty, meager, horrid, satanic, unskilled, dreadful, deplorable, rubber, diabolic, vile, meagerly, nonintellectual, black, uncomplete, hellish, undiscriminating, unholy, indiscriminating, remote, atrocious, ugly, counterfeit, sad, swingeing, disreputable, pitiful, mephistophelean, unspeakable, sorry, hopeless, rotten, pretty, lousy, fearful, disadvantageous, unworthy, grievous, inopportune, pestiferous, corked, unsuitable, stinking, mediocre, hard, unsound, evil-minded, frightful, stinky, perversive, distant, wretched, unfavorable, terrible, naughty, monstrous, abominable, unhealthful, worthless, stale, crappy, distressing, despicable, meagre, severe, painful, devilish, unrighteous, scrimpy, flagitious, uncool, poor, unhealthy, corky, stingy, demonic, inoperative, dark, sinister, mephistophelian, lamentable, tough, incomplete, nasty, imitative

  17. good, well(p)(adj)

    resulting favorably

    "it's a good thing that I wasn't there"; "it is good that you stayed"; "it is well that no one saw you"; "all's well that ends well"

    Antonyms:
    evil, evilness, bad, badness, perversive, black, stinky, unholy, hellish, vile, mephistophelian, satanic, indiscriminating, infernal, horrid, displeasing, unskilled, corked, lousy, diabolical, distressing, flagitious, atrocious, diabolic, meager, slimy, inoperative, fiendish, fearful, imitative, severe, meagerly, unfortunate, uncool, crappy, wretched, stingy, rubber, terrible, awful, icky, nasty, mediocre, unhealthful, negative, naughty, lamentable, disadvantageous, deplorable, stale, mephistophelean, swingeing, sinister, ugly, devilish, remote, frightful, despicable, tough, unfavourable, uncomplete, unspeakable, no-good, sad, hard, distant, incomplete, unhealthy, demonic, scrimpy, painful, evil-minded, unrighteous, corruptive, shitty, unworthy, grievous, corky, hopeless, counterfeit, monstrous, rotten, sorry, nonintellectual, pitiful, unsuitable, worthless, dreadful, meagre, unsound, pretty, inopportune, unfavorable, undiscriminating, incompetent, abominable, poor, ill, stinking, disreputable, pestiferous, dark

  18. effective, good, in effect(p), in force(p)(adj)

    exerting force or influence

    "the law is effective immediately"; "a warranty good for two years"; "the law is already in effect (or in force)"

    Antonyms:
    bad, evil, evilness, badness, atrocious, awful, satanic, infernal, frightful, evil-minded, fiendish, scrimpy, dreadful, disreputable, disadvantageous, unworthy, lousy, ugly, stingy, severe, fearful, diabolical, black, unhealthy, mediocre, worthless, naughty, unsound, terrible, unskilled, unholy, meagre, incompetent, imitative, hard, dark, meager, distant, counterfeit, lamentable, meagerly, sad, undiscriminating, ill, horrid, stinking, distressing, devilish, flagitious, slimy, nonintellectual, unfavourable, stale, perversive, icky, unsuitable, sinister, pestiferous, painful, unhealthful, nasty, demonic, hopeless, pretty, pitiful, mephistophelian, grievous, negative, unfavorable, stinky, unfortunate, swingeing, no-good, unrighteous, incomplete, indiscriminating, uncool, deplorable, diabolic, inopportune, remote, crappy, corky, poor, wretched, rotten, vile, unspeakable, sorry, tough, corruptive, despicable, shitty, rubber, displeasing, monstrous, inoperative, corked, abominable, hellish, uncomplete, mephistophelean

  19. good(adj)

    capable of pleasing

    "good looks"

    Synonyms:
    upright, dependable, serious, right, full, undecomposed, ripe, estimable, honorable, expert, beneficial, proficient, secure, in effect(p), effective, skillful, well(p), skilful, salutary, just, unspoiled, in force(p), respectable, honest, practiced, adept, sound, near, unspoilt, dear, safe

    Antonyms:
    evilness, bad, badness, evil, monstrous, abominable, mephistophelian, diabolic, imitative, unholy, undiscriminating, pestiferous, deplorable, distressing, meagerly, atrocious, frightful, sorry, pretty, unrighteous, inoperative, tough, slimy, mephistophelean, dark, nonintellectual, disreputable, nasty, wretched, terrible, worthless, indiscriminating, lamentable, distant, unsuitable, meagre, sad, swingeing, counterfeit, sinister, fearful, scrimpy, poor, negative, meager, hopeless, no-good, stingy, diabolical, awful, unsound, hard, painful, inopportune, demonic, stinking, pitiful, flagitious, incompetent, naughty, unspeakable, grievous, unhealthful, unworthy, unhealthy, uncomplete, uncool, mediocre, unskilled, remote, ill, perversive, stinky, dreadful, stale, displeasing, fiendish, unfortunate, rubber, ugly, shitty, crappy, unfavourable, severe, horrid, satanic, rotten, hellish, corruptive, evil-minded, infernal, vile, disadvantageous, icky, black, corked, corky, incomplete, despicable, lousy, unfavorable, devilish

  20. good, serious(adj)

    appealing to the mind

    "good music"; "a serious book"

    Synonyms:
    dear, beneficial, unplayful, in effect(p), unspoiled, skillful, sound, secure, serious, effective, severe, upright, salutary, in force(p), skilful, practiced, dependable, estimable, life-threatening, grievous, expert, just, grave, dangerous, sober, proficient, full, honest, respectable, undecomposed, unspoilt, ripe, safe, adept, honorable, well(p), right, near

    Antonyms:
    bad, evilness, evil, badness, unsuitable, disadvantageous, frightful, devilish, unfortunate, satanic, unrighteous, horrid, atrocious, inopportune, corked, displeasing, unspeakable, awful, diabolical, nasty, rubber, evil-minded, wretched, ill, scrimpy, sinister, flagitious, mediocre, vile, grievous, deplorable, lousy, stinking, inoperative, abominable, severe, crappy, poor, mephistophelean, naughty, tough, shitty, distressing, incomplete, hellish, meagerly, counterfeit, unsound, unworthy, corky, demonic, dreadful, diabolic, stingy, black, meagre, corruptive, stinky, hard, swingeing, pitiful, undiscriminating, lamentable, painful, indiscriminating, mephistophelian, unskilled, sad, meager, pretty, rotten, incompetent, perversive, remote, hopeless, sorry, distant, despicable, unfavorable, uncool, icky, infernal, slimy, pestiferous, unfavourable, unholy, terrible, dark, unhealthy, imitative, ugly, unhealthful, worthless, negative, no-good, monstrous, uncomplete, fiendish, nonintellectual, disreputable, stale, fearful

  21. good, sound(adj)

    in excellent physical condition

    "good teeth"; "I still have one good leg"; "a sound mind in a sound body"

    Synonyms:
    dear, beneficial, in effect(p), unspoiled, effectual, skillful, sound, secure, serious, effective, wakeless, well-grounded, upright, legal, salutary, in force(p), skilful, practiced, heavy, dependable, estimable, intelligent, expert, levelheaded, just, level-headed, healthy, proficient, full, honest, profound, respectable, undecomposed, unspoilt, ripe, safe, adept, reasoned, honorable, well(p), right, near

    Antonyms:
    badness, evil, bad, evilness, deplorable, pestiferous, sinister, pitiful, corked, meagerly, uncomplete, infernal, stingy, nonintellectual, indiscriminating, frightful, mephistophelian, poor, devilish, unholy, nasty, undiscriminating, disadvantageous, atrocious, unrighteous, distressing, corky, diabolical, uncool, severe, rotten, unfortunate, unhealthy, diabolic, painful, negative, fearful, slimy, lamentable, meagre, unspeakable, hellish, meager, imitative, crappy, remote, dreadful, stale, unsuitable, black, ugly, unskilled, evil-minded, sorry, grievous, inopportune, awful, shitty, monstrous, incompetent, vile, wretched, horrid, unhealthful, flagitious, incomplete, despicable, displeasing, rubber, scrimpy, demonic, disreputable, naughty, corruptive, mephistophelean, worthless, pretty, tough, hopeless, swingeing, mediocre, distant, stinking, terrible, unsound, inoperative, perversive, icky, unfavorable, hard, ill, unworthy, stinky, fiendish, sad, satanic, no-good, abominable, lousy, unfavourable, counterfeit, dark

  22. good, salutary(adj)

    tending to promote physical well-being; beneficial to health

    "beneficial effects of a balanced diet"; "a good night's sleep"; "the salutary influence of pure air"

    Synonyms:
    upright, dependable, serious, right, full, undecomposed, ripe, estimable, honorable, expert, beneficial, proficient, secure, in effect(p), effective, skillful, well(p), skilful, salutary, just, unspoiled, in force(p), respectable, honest, practiced, adept, sound, near, unspoilt, dear, safe

    Antonyms:
    evil, bad, evilness, badness, stinky, swingeing, hopeless, pretty, wretched, hard, incomplete, unworthy, poor, sinister, flagitious, stale, pitiful, perversive, demonic, shitty, tough, devilish, mediocre, distant, counterfeit, crappy, dreadful, awful, mephistophelean, unsound, unfortunate, unhealthful, unhealthy, scrimpy, slimy, inopportune, undiscriminating, corruptive, naughty, unrighteous, unskilled, abominable, infernal, deplorable, uncomplete, monstrous, remote, dark, diabolical, diabolic, meagerly, sorry, hellish, terrible, corked, stingy, disreputable, evil-minded, ill, incompetent, distressing, sad, worthless, pestiferous, despicable, unspeakable, uncool, stinking, icky, no-good, unholy, mephistophelian, horrid, rotten, inoperative, nonintellectual, displeasing, meagre, satanic, meager, lousy, negative, rubber, nasty, ugly, painful, atrocious, black, fearful, disadvantageous, fiendish, imitative, indiscriminating, corky, grievous, unsuitable, severe, unfavourable, vile, unfavorable, frightful, lamentable

  23. good, honest(adj)

    not forged

    "a good dollar bill"

    Synonyms:
    dear, beneficial, in effect(p), unspoiled, skillful, sound, secure, serious, effective, true(p), salutary, upright, reliable, in force(p), skilful, practiced, dependable, estimable, expert, just, proficient, full, honest, respectable, undecomposed, unspoilt, fair, ripe, safe, adept, honorable, well(p), right, near

    Antonyms:
    evilness, bad, badness, evil, fearful, negative, dreadful, poor, demonic, atrocious, hellish, unskilled, corky, awful, monstrous, unsound, rubber, disadvantageous, abominable, disreputable, pretty, stale, undiscriminating, stinking, dark, uncomplete, lamentable, no-good, infernal, diabolic, satanic, worthless, pitiful, wretched, pestiferous, deplorable, stinky, uncool, sad, inopportune, unholy, scrimpy, remote, incomplete, unhealthful, flagitious, sinister, hopeless, severe, terrible, stingy, ugly, meagre, imitative, shitty, naughty, mediocre, unhealthy, corruptive, painful, diabolical, unfavorable, crappy, frightful, tough, indiscriminating, devilish, meagerly, slimy, mephistophelian, inoperative, horrid, corked, icky, grievous, unfortunate, vile, despicable, unrighteous, evil-minded, nasty, mephistophelean, black, hard, distant, unworthy, rotten, unspeakable, swingeing, nonintellectual, perversive, distressing, unsuitable, incompetent, ill, counterfeit, unfavourable, displeasing, fiendish, meager, lousy, sorry

  24. good, undecomposed, unspoiled, unspoilt(adj)

    not left to spoil

    "the meat is still good"

    Synonyms:
    upright, dependable, serious, right, full, undecomposed, ripe, estimable, honorable, expert, beneficial, proficient, secure, in effect(p), effective, skillful, well(p), skilful, salutary, just, unspoiled, in force(p), respectable, honest, practiced, adept, sound, near, uncorrupted, unspoilt, dear, safe

    Antonyms:
    bad, evil, evilness, badness, unfortunate, crappy, pretty, disadvantageous, icky, unsuitable, stinky, corky, unsound, tough, fiendish, indiscriminating, diabolic, hellish, horrid, shitty, lousy, incomplete, infernal, sad, unhealthy, stinking, corruptive, counterfeit, inopportune, negative, meagerly, worthless, unfavorable, dreadful, uncool, nasty, corked, slimy, meager, unfavourable, unworthy, stingy, mediocre, despicable, displeasing, diabolical, awful, evil-minded, ugly, rotten, ill, swingeing, remote, uncomplete, pitiful, distressing, fearful, hopeless, sorry, monstrous, perversive, stale, frightful, unrighteous, abominable, sinister, black, mephistophelian, rubber, poor, severe, vile, distant, dark, unskilled, grievous, satanic, inoperative, wretched, hard, painful, nonintellectual, terrible, unholy, deplorable, mephistophelean, pestiferous, disreputable, unhealthful, unspeakable, demonic, incompetent, flagitious, naughty, meagre, atrocious, scrimpy, lamentable, devilish, no-good, imitative, undiscriminating

  25. good(adverb)

    generally admired

    "good taste"

    Synonyms:
    upright, dependable, serious, right, full, undecomposed, ripe, estimable, honorable, expert, beneficial, proficient, secure, in effect(p), effective, skillful, well(p), skilful, salutary, just, unspoiled, in force(p), respectable, honest, practiced, adept, sound, near, unspoilt, dear, safe

    Antonyms:
    evilness, evil, bad, badness, negative, ugly, indiscriminating, remote, stingy, distressing, severe, incomplete, nasty, satanic, unskilled, atrocious, stinking, meager, wretched, corruptive, lamentable, sinister, unspeakable, undiscriminating, meagerly, icky, terrible, rubber, diabolic, mephistophelean, corky, unrighteous, black, dark, awful, demonic, incompetent, counterfeit, rotten, pitiful, displeasing, unholy, nonintellectual, unsound, unsuitable, hard, sorry, imitative, devilish, diabolical, disreputable, corked, unfavorable, fearful, hopeless, abominable, poor, uncool, horrid, no-good, inoperative, vile, unworthy, stale, shitty, mephistophelian, swingeing, unhealthful, naughty, unfavourable, worthless, infernal, hellish, inopportune, pretty, ill, tough, flagitious, frightful, distant, painful, stinky, unhealthy, uncomplete, crappy, fiendish, slimy, dreadful, monstrous, disadvantageous, unfortunate, scrimpy, lousy, evil-minded, deplorable, grievous, sad, meagre, pestiferous, perversive, despicable, mediocre

  26. well, good(adverb)

    (often used as a combining form) in a good or proper or satisfactory manner or to a high standard (`good' is a nonstandard dialectal variant for `well')

    "the children behaved well"; "a task well done"; "the party went well"; "he slept well"; "a well-argued thesis"; "a well-seasoned dish"; "a well-planned party"; "the baby can walk pretty good"

    Synonyms:
    soundly, considerably, easily, comfortably, substantially, advantageously, thoroughly, intimately, well

    Antonyms:
    bad, badness, evil, evilness, distant, no-good, unfortunate, meager, lamentable, black, unskilled, diabolic, atrocious, worthless, fiendish, meagre, horrid, unworthy, slimy, painful, undiscriminating, perversive, deplorable, abominable, flagitious, scrimpy, shitty, rotten, diabolical, unholy, ill, dark, unsound, distressing, displeasing, imitative, incomplete, swingeing, poor, hard, devilish, sorry, unhealthy, remote, disadvantageous, indiscriminating, mediocre, tough, corked, satanic, ugly, lousy, inopportune, unfavorable, stale, nasty, mephistophelian, fearful, corky, stingy, unrighteous, rubber, incompetent, nonintellectual, monstrous, pestiferous, stinky, unsuitable, unhealthful, demonic, corruptive, pitiful, negative, inoperative, terrible, evil-minded, uncomplete, disreputable, dreadful, unspeakable, frightful, severe, pretty, unfavourable, hellish, uncool, wretched, sinister, hopeless, naughty, icky, despicable, meagerly, awful, counterfeit, vile, stinking, mephistophelean, infernal, grievous, crappy, sad

  27. thoroughly, soundly, good(adverb)

    completely and absolutely (`good' is sometimes used informally for `thoroughly')

    "he was soundly defeated"; "we beat him good"

    Synonyms:
    exhaustively, soundly, thoroughly, well

    Antonyms:
    badness, bad, evilness, evil, unfavourable, lamentable, swingeing, nonintellectual, pitiful, icky, displeasing, unspeakable, corky, sorry, pretty, no-good, meagre, unhealthful, fearful, distressing, abominable, unholy, unhealthy, evil-minded, infernal, poor, counterfeit, remote, demonic, corked, negative, mephistophelian, lousy, unrighteous, distant, diabolic, tough, hellish, unworthy, meagerly, diabolical, sad, satanic, shitty, inopportune, terrible, unskilled, naughty, flagitious, atrocious, mediocre, awful, incompetent, ill, stinky, imitative, sinister, unsuitable, deplorable, vile, stinking, despicable, unfortunate, disreputable, unsound, incomplete, horrid, scrimpy, dreadful, black, stale, ugly, rubber, worthless, grievous, rotten, devilish, slimy, crappy, uncomplete, hopeless, dark, severe, painful, monstrous, wretched, uncool, disadvantageous, fiendish, nasty, mephistophelean, inoperative, perversive, undiscriminating, pestiferous, stingy, hard, unfavorable, meager, indiscriminating, corruptive, frightful

English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. good

    One who is honest in the ordinary sense acts or is always disposed to act with careful regard for the rights of others, especially in matters of business or property; one who is honorable scrupulously observes the dictates of a personal honor that is higher than any demands of mercantile law or public opinion, and will do nothing unworthy of his own inherent nobility of soul. The honest man does not steal, cheat, or defraud; the honorable man will not take an unfair advantage that would be allowed him, or will make a sacrifice which no one could require of him, when his own sense of right demands it. One who is honest in the highest and fullest sense is scrupulously careful to adhere to all known truth and right even in thought. In this sense honest differs from honorable as having regard rather to absolute truth and right than to even the highest personal honor. Compare CANDID; JUSTICE.

    Synonyms:
    candid, equitable, fair, faithful, frank, genuine, honest, honorable, ingenuous, just, sincere, straightforward, true, trustworthy, trusty, upright

    Antonyms:
    deceitful, dishonest, disingenuous, faithless, false, fraudulent, hypocritical, lying, mendacious, perfidious, traitorous, treacherous, unfaithful, unscrupulous, untrue

Editors Contribution

  1. superb

    that is a superb plan

    Submitted by acronimous on March 17, 2019  
  2. advantagable

    advantages are good

    this power up gives a lit advantage!

    Submitted by alexis.prewett on February 24, 2020  
  3. well behaved

    good as something is good

    well behaved as you do something good

    Submitted by anonymous on March 3, 2020  
  4. amazing

    something that is very good

    this project is amazing

    Submitted by nourhanmostafa956 on April 4, 2020  
  5. bad

    when your parents tell you to clean your room and you clean it.

    Submitted by anonymous on December 16, 2020  
  6. gucci

    it is good.

    "what gucci bro"

    Submitted by rinat on September 4, 2019  

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. good(a.)

    Synonyms:
    advantageous, beneficial, useful, profitable, serviceable

  2. good(a.)

    Synonyms:
    suitable, fit, proper, convenient, admirable, not bad, well adapted

  3. good(a.)

    Synonyms:
    virtuous, upright, religious, pious, righteous, worthy, dutiful

  4. good(a.)

    Synonyms:
    excellent, valuable, precious, sterling, capital

  5. good(a.)

    Synonyms:
    kind, benevolent, humane, friendly, favorable, gracious, merciful, obliging, well-disposed

  6. good(a.)

    Synonyms:
    unblemished, unimpeached, untarnished, unsullied, immaculate, fair, honorable

  7. good(a.)

    Synonyms:
    companionable, social, genial, lively, cheerful

  8. good(a.)

    Synonyms:
    able, skilful, ready, expert, dextrous, well qualified

  9. good(a.)

    Synonyms:
    competent (pecuniarily), of established credit

  10. good(a.)

    Synonyms:
    10. pleasant, agreeable, gratifying, cheering

  11. good(a.)

    Synonyms:
    considerable, great, not small, not insignificant

  12. good(a.)

    Synonyms:
    real, true, serious, not feigned

  13. good(n.)

    Synonyms:
    benefit, advantage, profit, gain, utility

  14. good(n.)

    Synonyms:
    welfare, weal, prosperity, interest

  15. good(n.)

    Synonyms:
    righteousness, virtue, moral qualities

  16. good(n.)

    Synonyms:
    just actions, moral works

  17. good(n.)

    Synonyms:
    abundance, richness, best fruits

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How to use good in a sentence?

  1. Fernand Amandi:

    When Fidel Castro came into office, you know what he did? He had a massive literacy program. Is that a bad thing? Even though Fidel Castro did it? Sanders, a self-described democratic socialist, has refused to back down from his comments arguing during Tuesday nights debate in South Carolina that former President Barack Obama had once praised the Castro regimes progress on education and healthcare. The Vermont lawmaker said there is a reticence among Americans to look back at Washingtons own history of overthrowing foreign governments and supporting dictators. It might be a good idea to be honest of American foreign policy and that is the American government helped overthrow governments in Chile, Nicaragua, and Iran, Sanders said in reference to U.S. support in overthrowing leaders in those countries in the 1970s and 80s. Sanders reference to Obama did not sit well with former Vice President Joe Biden, who claimed that his boss never embraced an authoritarian regime, while former South Bend, Ind. Mayor Pete Buttigieg lamented that the candidates were debating about Cold War-era policies. This is not about what coups happened in the 1970s and 80s, this is about the future, Buttigieg said. Sanders comments about the Castro regime could play a large role in how he fares in Floridas March 17 primary. Sanders socialist identification and his willingness to praise leftist regimes have given his Democratic opponents ammunition to question his electability in a state with a large Cuban American population that remains fiercely skeptical of leftist governments. In Florida, where Hispanics account for nearly one in every five voters, that skepticism could present a major hurdle for Sanders in the states primary, and for Democrats hoping to win Floridas 29 electoral votes in November. According to an Associated Press survey, about a third of Cuban American midterm voters identified as Democrats. However, Democrats hardly have a lock on that vote in battleground Florida, particularly among the nearly 2 million Floridians of Cuban, Venezuelan and Nicaraguan origin. In 2018, Republican Ron DeSantis narrowly won Floridas governors mansion. While more than two-fifths of Florida Latinos voters favored DeSantis overall, a clear majority of Cuban American voters 57 percent cast their support for the Republican. Critics say Sanders needs to more strongly disavow Cuba and other authoritarian regimes. Its not just about Cuban American voters, its Hispanic voters as well, many of whom would never consider voting for an avowed socialist ....

  2. Benjamin Franklin:

    There is no kind of dishonesty into which otherwise good people more easily and frequently fall than that of defrauding the government.

  3. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer:

    He’s definitely settled down well. The players have taken to him and he’s a very good character.

  4. Olufunmilayo Olopade:

    People who utilize medical services the most are going to be diagnosed with more diseases, because people with insurance get the most mammograms, a cancer registry’s breast cancer incidence reporting will be skewed toward people with access to good health care services.

  5. Brian Tracy:

    In life you can never be too kind or too fair everyone you meet is carrying a heavy load. When you go through your day expressing kindness and courtesy to all you meet, you leave behind a feeling of warmth and good cheer, and you help alleviate the burdens everyone is struggling with.


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