Student Thesaurus

13 entries found for good. The first 10 are listed below.
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Entry Word: good
Function: adjective
Text: 1 based on sound reasoning or information <had enough information to make a good assessment of the situation>
Synonyms commonsense, hard, informed, just, justified, levelheaded, logical, rational, reasonable, reasoned, sensible, sober, solid, valid, well-founded
Related Words actual, real, true; certain, sure; certified, validated, verified; confirmed, corroborated, substantiated; cogent, convincing, credible
Near Antonyms unsubstantiated, unsupported, unwarranted; flimsy, implausible, unconvincing, weak; fallacious, false, misled
Antonyms groundless, illogical, invalid, irrational, nonrational, nonsensical, nonvalid, unfounded, ungrounded, uninformed, unjustified, unreasonable, unsound
2 conforming to a high standard of morality or virtue <a good person who seldom did wrong> <good behavior will earn you the respect of others>
Synonyms decent, ethical, honest, honorable, just, moral, right, righteous, right-minded, straight, upright, virtuous
Related Words correct, decorous, proper, seemly; high-minded, noble, principled; commendable, creditable, exemplary, legitimate; esteemed, law-abiding, reputable, respected, upstanding, worthy; blameless, clean, guiltless, immaculate, incorruptible, innocent, inoffensive, irreproachable, unobjectionable; lily-white, pure, scrupulous, spotless, uncorrupted, unerring; goody-goody, moralistic, sanctimonious, self-righteous
Near Antonyms improper, incorrect, indecorous, naughty, unbecoming, unseemly; corrupt, debased, debauched, degenerate, depraved, dissolute, perverted, reprobate; unprincipled, unscrupulous; atrocious, infamous, villainous; base, low, mean, vicious, vile; blameworthy, objectionable, offensive; iniquitous, nefarious; errant, erring, fallen
Antonyms bad, black, dishonest, dishonorable, evil, evil-minded, immoral, indecent, sinful, unethical, unrighteous, wicked, wrong
3 according to the rules of logic <you don't need a good reason to stop doing that--it's because I said so> -- see LOGICAL 1
4 being to one's liking <that band's music is good> -- see SATISFACTORY 1
5 expressing approval <gave the restaurant a good review> -- see FAVORABLE 1
6 firm in one's allegiance to someone or something <has a few good friends who stick by her when things get difficult> -- see FAITHFUL 1
7 giving pleasure or contentment to the mind or senses <we had a good time at the movies> -- see PLEASANT
8 having or showing exceptional knowledge, experience, or skill in a field of endeavor <he's good at math> -- see PROFICIENT
9 having sufficient worth or merit to receive one's honor, esteem, or reward <she is good enough to win the scholarship> -- see WORTHY
10 having the required skills for an acceptable level of performance <that electrician is good at what he does> -- see COMPETENT
11 meeting the requirements of a purpose or situation <those rotten apples aren't good to eat> -- see FIT 1
12 showing or expressing acceptance or approval <got good marks at the dog show> -- see POSITIVE
13 sufficiently large in size, amount, or number to merit attention <had a good number of valuable baseball cards in his collection> -- see CONSIDERABLE 1
14 worthy of one's trust <a car that should be good for another few years> -- see DEPENDABLE