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  • What is the opposite of Good?
  • What does good mean?
  • Firstly before explain the opposite of Good, good meaning is; 
  • Adjective, better, best:
  • i.) Morally excellent; virtuous; righteous; pious: a good man.
  • ii.) Satisfactory in quality, quantity, or degree: a good teacher; good health.
  • iii.) Of high quality; excellent.
  • iv.) Right; proper; fit: It is good that you are here. His credentials are good.
  • v.) Well-behaved: a good child.
  • vi.) Kind, beneficent, or friendly: to do a good deed.
  • vii.) Honorable or worthy; in good standing: a good name.
  • viii.) Educated and refined: She has a good background.
  • ix.) Financially sound or safe: His credit is good.
  • x.) Genuine; not counterfeit: a good quarter.
  • xi.) Sound or valid: good judgment; good reasons.
  • xii.) Reliable; dependable; responsible: good advice.
  • xiii.) Healthful; beneficial: Fresh fruit is good for you.
  • xiv.) Cheerful; optimistic; amiable: in good spirits.
  • xv.) Free of distress or pain; comfortable: to feel good after surgery.
  • xvi.) Agreeable; pleasant: Have a good time.
  • xvii.) Attractive; handsome: She has a good figure.
  • xviii.) Advantageous; satisfactory for the purpose: a good day for fishing.
  • xix.) Skillfully or expertly done: a really good job; a good play.
  • xx.) Socially proper: good manners.
  • xxi.) Full: a good day’s journey away.
  • xxii.) Free from precipitation or cloudiness: good weather.
  • xxiii.) Fertile; rich: good soil.
  • xxiv.) Loyal: a good Democrat.
  • xxv.) Horse Racing. (of the surface of a track) drying after a rain so as to be still slightly sticky: This horse runs best on a good track.
  • xxvi.) Informal. (used when declining an offer or suggestion, as to communicate that one is already satisfied): “More coffee?” “No thanks, I’m good!”. 
  • Noun:
  • xxvii.) Profit or advantage; worth; benefit: What good will that do? We shall work for the common good.
  • xxviii.) Excellence or merit; kindness: to do good.
  • xxix.) Moral righteousness; virtue: to be a power for good.
  • xxx.) the good.
  • the ideal of goodness or morality.
  • good things or persons collectively.
  • interjection:
  • xxxi.) (used as an expression of approval or satisfaction): Good! Now we can all go home.
  • Adverb:
  • xxxii.) Informal. well1(defs 1–3, 8): I wish I could cook this good! Yes, we knew him pretty good.
  • Idioms:
  • xxxiii.) As good as.
  • xxxiv.) Come to no good, to end in failure or as a failure: Her jealous relatives said that she would come to no good.
  • xxxv.) for good, finally and permanently; forever: to leave the country for good. Also, for good and all.
  • xxxvi.) Good and, Informal. very; completely; exceedingly: This soup is good and hot.
  • xxxvii.) Good full, Nautical. (of a sail or sails) well filled, especially when sailing close to the wind; clean full; rap full.
  • xxxviii.) make good,
  • to make recompense for; repay.
  • to implement an agreement; fulfill.
  • to be successful.
  • to substantiate; verify.
  • to carry out; accomplish; execute: The convicts made good their getaway.

 

  • Similar words as good; well, decent, fine, great, okay, pretty, nice, beautiful, lovely, quite, rather, fairly, reasonably, charity, agape, quiet, tame, sedate, squeezable, healthy, healthful, great, terrific, super, splendid, wonderful, smashing, skillful, able, proficient, accomplished, talented, expert, skilled, capable, clever, competent, efficient, proper, reliable, suitable, useful, adept, adroit, enjoyable, lovely, delightful, giving, kind, friendly, humanitarian, altruistic, beneficent, benevolent, gracious, humane, kindhearted, merciful, benefit, help, advantage, usefulness, profit, gain, prosperity, welfare

 

  • Opposite of good Adjective listpoor, bad, naughty, useless, improper, ineffective, powerless, unable, unacceptable, unsuitable, weak, unskilled, detestable, disagreeable, evil, fake, forged, immoral, inadequate, incompetent, inconsequential, inconsiderable, mean, misbehaving, noxious, rotten, sinful, tainted, unpleasant, unreal, unreliable, unvirtuous, vicious, vile, wickedOK, expected, inferior, insignificant, ordinary, second-rate, unhelpful, unimportant, unnoteworthy, unsatisfactory, worthless, minor, dishonest, corrupt, dishonorable(US), dishonourable(UK), disreputable, unfit, unhealthy, unrespected, detrimental, disadvantageous, harmful, hurtful, hurting, inappropriate, injurious, unfitting, unprofitable, unrespectable, unsuited, incorrect, unseemlybroken, flawed, imperfect, incomplete, vulnerable, deceptive, false, fraudulent, invalid, untrustworthy, insufficient, little, miniature, short, small, tiny, part.

 

 

 

 

 

  • Opposite of good Noun listbad, fortune, bad luck, disadvantage, disapproval, loss, punishment, evil, immorality, sin, wickedness, dishonesty, imperfection, unfairness, wrong.

 

  • Opposite of good Adverb listinappropriately, brutish, out of turn, ferine, beastly, erroneously, afoul, swinish, erringly, unsuitably, amiss, faultily.

 

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