a person who is pleasant, agreeable, or trustworthy.
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How to use good egg in a sentence
In due time she returned with the good egg, and I resumed my breakfast with two eggs, but less appetite.Masterpieces of Mystery, Vol. 1 (of 4) | Various
But, when I looked down, I saw that she had taken away the good egg and left the bad one—all green and yellow—in the slop basin.Masterpieces of Mystery, Vol. 1 (of 4) | Various
Yet the irrepressible impulse of reform egged her on and it was a perfectly good egg.Ptomaine Street | Carolyn Wells
She was a good egg, hurt and beaten down and shoved off by Thorndyke, but she had a lot of the good old bounce.Highways in Hiding | George Oliver Smith
Hua Manu, what a good egg you were, though it's the bad that usually keep atop of the water, they tell me!Summer Cruising in the South Seas | Charles Warren Stoddard