- : usually used in pl.
- something considered very good to eat, as a piece of candy
- any gift, perk, etc., esp. a small one
- ⌂ goody-goody
used to express approval or delight: mainly a child's term
Archaic a woman, esp. an old woman or housewife, of lowly social status: used as a title with the surname
Origin of goody; from goodwife
Used to express delight.
nounalso good·ie pl. good·ies
Something attractive or delectable, especially something sweet to eat.
nounpl. good·ies Archaic
Origin of goodyShortening and alteration of goodwife.