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Also, for good and all. Permanently, forever. For example, I'm moving to Europe for good. [1500s] Also see for keeps.
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Had it not been advancement, progress, unhoped-for good fortune, that made him a member of that learned corporation?The Rector|Mrs. (Margaret) Oliphant
While they were talking thus, the thirty men rode up in high spirits, announcing to him his unlooked-for good fortune.Plutarch's Lives, Volume IV|Aubrey Stewart
And, by some unhoped-for good fortune, all this has only raised me in her eyes.Lyre and Lancet|F. Anstey
No one who had not witnessed it could ever imagine Pinocchio's joy at this long-sighed-for good fortune.Pinocchio|C. Collodi
We all are apt to think so, when some long wished and faintly hoped-for good is ours at last.The Expositor's Bible: The Psalms, Volume III|Alexander Maclaren