Goodies
Goody Good"y, n.; pl. {Goodies}. [Prob. contr. from goodwife.] Goodwife; -- a low term of civility or sport. [1913 Webster]

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  • goodies — good|ies [ gudiz ] noun plural INFORMAL 1. ) things that are nice to eat, such as cake and chocolates 2. ) things that are nice to have but not essential …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • goodies — good·y || gÊŠdɪ n. something sweet (such as candy, cake, etc.) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • goodies — something tasty to eat. → goody …   English new terms dictionary

  • goodies — UK [ˈɡʊdɪz] / US noun [plural] informal 1) things that are nice to eat, such as cakes and chocolates 2) things that are nice to have but not essential …   English dictionary

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