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good time


, Prison Slang.
  1. time deducted from an inmate's sentence for good behavior while in prison.



  1. (of a person) wildly seeking pleasure

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see have a good time .

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Example Sentences

She loved her kids and family and we had good times with her this is not a good bye it’s a We will see you later.

We had a good time learning how to put together, say, a collaborative sketchbook, where everyone could contribute at once.

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“It feels like we’ve been playing the season for a long time, but I know we’re still pretty early in the year, so it’s a good time for guys to reset their bodies,” he said.

There’s probably no good time for a company to be caught up in something like the current Wall Street slugfest.

And you can do it while having a good time, or you can do it while having a bad time.

That kind of threat is only likely to make people rally around Putin, and now would not be a good time for that to happen.

Once I quit trying to be clever, a good time was had by all.

Better yet, a fair amount sounds like the participants were having a good time.

However, one thing is clear at APEC this year: nobody is having a good time.

In good time he had selected and laid out the inevitable field of battle with military prescience of the first order.

This is splendid galloping ground, and coaches always made good time here, both in the old times and the new.

Edward's envoys, at last despatched on December 8, were still in very good time.

I can't tell you how I have longed for a girl's good time here in San Francisco—denied all these years, and my birthright.

Every girl should have one girl's good time, and although mine is belated, it would be silly to let it pass.


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