Serving as a means to a desired end or a purpose; suited to need or requirement; fit; suitable; serviceable; advantageous; beneficial; profitable.Satisfactory in kind, quantity, quality, or degreeAdequate; sufficient; without shortcoming or defect; thorough: as, to give good security; to take good heed.Suitable in state or condition; sufficient in character or capacity; competent; qualified; fit: as, he is good, or his credit is good, for the sum required; a horse good for five years' service.Of full measure or amount; reckoned to the utmost limit; without abatement; full; complete: as, a good bushel; it is a good day's journey from here.Considerable; more than a little; rather large, great, long, or the like: as, a good way off; a good deal.Not a counterfeit or imitation; real; genuine; hence, actual; serious: as, a good dollar; in good earnest.Competent; skilful; dexterous; handy; clever; apt: as, a good lawyer; a good workman; a good oarsman; to be good at riming.Possessing or characterized by moral excellence; free from evil or wickedness; virtuous; righteous; pure: applied to persons, or to their nature, conduct, thoughts, etc.: as, a good man; good conduct; good thoughts.Kind; friendly; gracious; hence, humane; merciful; benevolent; as, a good old soul; to do one a good turn; good nature.Fair; untarnished; honorable; becoming a virtuous person; as, a good nature.Worthy: used in complimentary speech or address, as in good sir, good madam, my good man, etc.Practically the same as; on the verge of being or becoming, or in an equivalent state to being.In effect; by clear implication: practically: as, he as good as promised it to me.Considerable rapidity: used elliptically as an adverb.To confirm or establish; prove; verify: as, to make good a charge or an accusation.To provide or supply; make up: as, I will make good what is wanting.To supply an equivalent for; make up for: as, if you suffer loss, I will make it good to you.To maintain; defend; preserve intact.To carry into effect; succeed in making; or effecting; as, to make good a retreat.n. That which is desirable, or is an object of desire.n. That which has worth or desirable qualities, and is or may be made advantageous or beneficial; whatever is adapted and conduces to happiness, advantage, benefit, or profit; that which contributes to pleasure, or is a source of satisfaction; a good thing, state, or condition.n. Advantage: benefit; profit; satisfaction: opposed to evil, harm, etc.: as, it does me good to hear you laugh; it will do no good; hence, welfare; well-being; advancement of interest or happiness: as, to labor for the common good.n. A personal possession; a thing, or things collectively, belonging to one.n. plural Movable effects or personal chattels; articles of portable property, as distinguished from money, lands, buildings, ships, rights in action, etc.: as, household goods.n. Specifically plural Articles of trade; commodities; wares; merchandise.n. A piece of dry-goods; a textile fabric; cloth of any kind: as, will these goods (that is, this piece of goods) wash ?n. A full ending or conclusion; a closing act; a finality: only in the phrase for good, or for good and all.Well.That is good: an elliptical exclamation of satisfaction or commendation.To make good.To manure.