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good·y 1

 (go͝od′ē) Informal
Used to express delight.
n. also good·ie pl. good·ies
Something attractive or delectable, especially something sweet to eat.

good·y 2

n. pl. good·ies Archaic
A goodwife.

[Shortening and alteration of goodwife.]


pl n
any objects, rewards, prizes, etc, considered particularly desirable, attractive, or pleasurable


[ˈgʊdiz] npl
(= things)
a little bag of goodies → un sachet de petits cadeaux
(British) (= good guys) → bons mplgood-looking [ˌgʊdˈlʊkɪŋ] adjbeau(belle)
He's very good-looking → Il est très beau.good looks nplbeauté f
References in classic literature ?
No stockings hung at the fireplace, and for a moment she felt as much disappointed as she did long ago, when her little sock fell down because it was crammed so full of goodies.
There's lots o' goodies, and mother says you're to come.
Goodies 504 cigarillos are made with a blend of imported natural leaf, premium tobaccos.
BIRMINGHAM birdwatcher Bill Oddie wants Doctor Who bosses to reunite his comedy trio, The Goodies.
The speedway will once again turn on the track lights for the 10th annual Oldies and Goodies Classic Car, Truck and Motorcycle Show, featuring more than 500 classic vehicles whose owners will compete for cash prizes and trophies.