derie, comradery, esprit de corps, clubbiness, Inf. chumminess; companionship, fellowship, togetherness, fraternization, brotherhood, friendship, amity, good will.
good-for-nothing, adj. 1. worthless, of no worth, useless, of no use, no-good, valueless, of no value; do-nothing, lazy, slothful, sluggard, idle, faineant, indolent.
-n. 2. ne'er-do-well, black sheep, Fr. vaurien, worthless person; idler, faineant, loafer, drone, do-nothing, Inf. bum; sluggard, slugabed, lazybones, malingerer, shirker, Inf. goldbrick, SI. good-off.
good-hearted, adj. kind, kindly, kind-hearted, benign, benignant, good, warm-hearted, big-hearted, loving; considerate, thoughtful, well-meaning, well-intended; compassionate, understanding, sympathetic, soft-hearted, tender-hearted, tender, gentle; humane, merciful, clement, lenient, forbearing; beneficent, benevolent, charitable, giving, open-handed, unselfish; generous, liberal, munificent, philanthropic, altruistic.
good humor, n. 1. gaiety, jocundity, joyousness, gay spirits, high spirits, good spirits; light heart, levity, optimism, sunniness; amiability, pleasantness, likableness, good-naturedness; joviality, jocularity, jollity; exhilaration, vivacity, alacrity; cheerfulness, cheer, mirthfulness, mirth, hilarity, merriment.
2. affability, approachableness, accessibility, communicativeness; easiness, openness, geniality, amicability, friendliness; congeniality, neighborliness, sociability; benignity, good nature, generosity, goodness.
good-humored, adj. cheerful, gay, cheery, blithe, blithesome, jocund, jolly, merry, gleeful; smiling, sunny, optimistic, in good spirits, positive; genial, convivial, amiable, affable; free and easy, easygoing, pleasant, good-natured, mellow, Inf. laid-back; happy, pleased, contented, glad; enthusiastic, vivacious, animated, spirited, flushed, buoyant; sprightly, lighthearted, lively, airy; jocular, jocose, joking, jesting, waggish; playful, gamesome, frolicsome, sportive; jovial, mirthful, delightful, gladsome, hilarious; sparkling, scintillating, effervescent.
good-looking, adj. 1. beautiful, comely, attractive, handsome, seemly, goodly, sightly, Inf. eye-filling, pulchritudinous, well-favored, fair, pretty, bright-eyed, rosy-cheeked, Scot. bonny, Chiefly Literary, beauteous; shapely, well-proportioned, glamorous, sleek, sexy, (of a woman) foxy; ravishing, bewitching, enchanting, alluring, enticing, captivating, intriguing, inviting, irresistible.
2. tasteful, elegant, artistic, aesthetic, picturesque; well-made, well-put-together.
good looks, n. beauty, loveliness, comeliness, fairness, prettiness, pulchritude; attractiveness, handsomeness, glamour, sexiness, foxiness; nice body, good figure, good build or physique, shapeliness.
good luck, n. good fortune, fortune, luck, smiles of fortune, fate on one's side; run or streak of good luck or fortune, fair weather, halcyon days; stroke of fortune, piece of luck, blessing, boon, benefaction, Archaic. benison; godsend, lucky find, windfall, bonanza, jackpot, gravy.
goodly, adj. 1. quality, superior, high grade, choice, select; excellent, first-rate, first-class, prime, top-drawer, Inf. topnotch; pure, solid, sterling, 100%; splendid, Inf. splendiferous, magnificent, SI. swell, SI. cool, Brit. SI. nipping.
2. good-looking, beautiful, attractive, well-favored. See - good-looking (def 1.).
3. considerable, substantial, sizable, Inf. tidy; large, ample, immense, great, vast, extensive, voluminous; significant, consequential, weighty.