Usually goodies. something especially attractive or pleasing, especially cake, cookies, or candy.
something that causes delight or satisfaction: A record collector played some goodies for me on his phonograph.
good (used to express childish delight).
Other definitions for goody (2 of 3)
How to use goody in a sentence
As if this wasn’t enough for off-road enthusiasts, a Sasquatch package offers 35-inch monster tires, stiff shocks, a suspension-lift kit and other goodies for trail seekers.
Even better, if you order now, there’s a solid chance that the goodies will get to your loved ones in time for the 25th.
A lot of the goodies that I make would not survive, so I don’t typically like to ship them.Lean into that love of chocolate with cookies that use it four ways | Jonni Scott | December 2, 2020 | Washington Post
The Hummer will be a bit pricey at first with lots of standard goodies like a three motors that generate 1,000 horsepower for towing and hauling.An electric Hummer? Battery-powered trucks head to showrooms | Verne Kopytoff | October 21, 2020 | Fortune
Hershey, for example, has reported that people buying goodies to eat themselves makes up nearly 50% of sales at Halloween.How scary will a COVID-19 Halloween be for candy companies? | Beth Kowitt | August 29, 2020 | Fortune
Nevertheless, some emergency rooms are even offering Vicodin “goody bags” to improve their ratings.
And now here we are, some of us anyway, looking back with syrupy nostalgia to the Sam goody days!Comedy Is His Calling: The Brilliance of Billy Crystal | Tom Shales | April 18, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The goody-goody Jagger started becoming more like Richards and began calling himself “Mick.”Speed Read: 11 Juiciest Bits From Philip Norman’s Biography of Mick Jagger | The Daily Beast | October 1, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
It's probably a very tasteful goody bag for some very tasteful ladies.
Obama and the goody-goody Democrats desperately want to believe the Republicans are capable of a compromise on health care.
goody Wallis has asked me to write to her, and I shall certainly do so at once, distinctly forbidding it.The Pit Town Coronet, Volume II (of 3) | Charles James Wills
Oh, you dear old goody goody, she cried, springing to her feet and throwing her arms around Tessa.Tessa Wadsworth's Discipline | Jennie M. Drinkwater
You have here a triall of her fidelity, that goody Busie-body vaunted of.
"goody Oliver" was executed as a witch on November 16th, 1688.The Necessity of Atheism | Dr. D.M. Brooks
One said contemptuously, "Oh, you're a goody-goody, parson!"The Transformation of Job | Frederick Vining Fisher
British Dictionary definitions for goody (1 of 2)
a child's exclamation of pleasure and approval
British Dictionary definitions for goody (2 of 2)
archaic, or literary a married woman of low rank: used as a title: Goody Two-Shoes
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