goodies

/ (ˈɡʊdɪz) /


pl n
  1. any objects, rewards, prizes, etc, considered particularly desirable, attractive, or pleasurable

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How to use goodies in a sentence

  • The Christmas dinner will be a great deal smaller, with fewer goodies than in other years.

    Ways of War and Peace | Delia Austrian
  • You shall send us a box of goodies once in a while as you always do; and I will write to you and to Uncle Jabez.

    Ruth Fielding At College | Alice B. Emerson
  • Any one getting a candle end had to pay a forfeit, but those who caught the goodies could eat them.

    Marjorie's Busy Days | Carolyn Wells
  • Betsey was glad when mother decided on "Popcorn goodies," for she found it such splendid fun popping the corn.

  • The goodies seemed ready to be eaten; the little folks were eager to taste; still Miss Lucy did not give the word.