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goods, the

noun - uncountable

  • quality.
    He brings the goods to our team.

    Last edited on Jul 25 2010. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Sep 21 2009.

  • something climactic.
                                                                                         

    Citation from "Sin-Say-Shun Awards Afterparty", Party Down (TV), Season 1 Episode 5 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Jan 28 2011. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Jan 28 2011.

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good times

  • Everything's good. Literally "these are good times", this phrase stands alone without a subject or verb. One typically responds to "Good times" with an agreeing "Good times", so the phrase is often heard in pairs.
    It's the weekend. Good times.
    I am in love. Good times.
    This party is awesome. Good times.

    Last edited on Apr 19 2013. Submitted by Waldo from Los Angeles, CA, USA on Aug 18 2002.

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good word

  • any good news, ideas, or thoughts.
    So what's the good word?

    Last edited on Dec 10 2001. Submitted by Jerry K. on Dec 10 2001.

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goody-goody

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goody two-shoes

  • an extremely well-behaved person.
    She's too much of a goody two-shoes to do drugs.

    Last edited on Aug 11 2009. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Aug 11 2009.

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goof

noun

other

  • G.o.o.f. is an acrinume meaning Good Only On Fridays and that in jail means that very simply you were on welfare. As Friday was the only day welfare recipients got tobacco. And tobacco was currency in jail to buy such things as drugs. Not to mention that when it was first used welfare was not something you happy to be on (it was shuned on and one did what they could to get off of it).

    Last edited on Jan 31 2015. Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 31 2015.

verb - intransitive

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goofball

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go off

  • to ramble on endlessly, usually repetitively.
    Today my professor went off on substitution by parts.

    Last edited on Jan 22 1999. Submitted by Audrey M. from UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, USA on Jan 22 1999.

  • to be exciting.
    The party went off!

    Last edited on Oct 03 2009. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Oct 03 2009.

  • to become angry.

    Last edited on Oct 03 2009. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Oct 03 2009.

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