noun, plural good·y-good·ies.
Origin of goody-goody
Examples from the Web for goody-goody
Obama and the goody-goody Democrats desperately want to believe the Republicans are capable of a compromise on health care.
All this seems amusing to the young man; what sappy and goody-goody fashions those were.Studies in Medival Life and Literature|Edward Tompkins McLaughlin
"Well, I wish the Gulls wouldn't scream, 'Goody-goody' at us," said the brother.Among the Pond People|Clara Dillingham Pierson
You with a boy three or four years old, posing around as a goody-goody bachelor.The Jack-Knife Man|Ellis Parker Butler