good time

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good-time

adjective
  1. (of a person) wildly seeking pleasure
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Word Origin and History for good-time
adj.

1928, from good (adj.) + time. Expression to have a good time "enjoy oneself" attested from 1822; earlier have a good time of it (1771). To make good time "go fast" is from 1838.

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Idioms and Phrases with good-time

good time

see have a good time.

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