well vs good

well good

Definitions

  • 1) A mineral spring.
  • 2) An enclosed space for receiving and holding something, such as the wheels of an airplane when retracted.
  • 3) A part of a ship's weather deck enclosed between two watertight bulkheads.
  • 4) An enclosure in a ship's hold for the pumps.
  • 5) A deep hole or shaft sunk into the earth to obtain water, oil, gas, or brine.
  • 6) Chiefly British The central space in a law court, directly in front of the judge's bench, where the counsel or solicitor sits.
  • 7) A place where water issues from the earth; a spring or fountain.
  • 8) An open space extending vertically through the floors of a building, as for stairs or ventilation.
  • 9) A cistern with a perforated bottom in the hold of a fishing vessel for keeping fish alive.
  • 10) A container or reservoir for a liquid, such as ink.
  • 11) A compartment or recessed area in a ship, used for stowage.
  • 12) An abundant source.
  • 13) A watering place; a spa.
  • 14) Fortunate; good.
  • 15) In a satisfactory condition; right or proper.
  • 16) Cured or healed, as a wound.
  • 17) Advisable; prudent.
  • 18) Not ailing, infirm, or diseased; healthy. synonym: healthy.
  • 19) Of or characterized by the maintenance of good health practices. Often used in combination.
  • 20) Entirely; fully.
  • 21) Satisfactorily or sufficiently.
  • 22) In a favorable or approving manner.
  • 23) Skillfully or proficiently.
  • 24) In a good or proper manner.
  • 25) Perfectly; clearly.
  • 26) In all likelihood; indeed.
  • 27) In a manner affording benefit or gain; advantageously.
  • 28) To a suitable or appropriate degree.
  • 29) With care or attention.
  • 30) In a close or familiar manner.
  • 31) To a considerable extent or degree.
  • 32) Thoroughly; completely.
  • 33) In a comfortable or affluent manner.
  • 34) Successfully or effectively.
  • 35) With reason or propriety; reasonably.
  • 36) In a prudent or sensible manner.
  • 37) Toboil.
  • 38) To rise or surge from an inner source.
  • 39) To pour forth.
  • 40) To rise to the surface, ready to flow.
  • 41) Used to introduce a remark, resume a narrative, or fill a pause during conversation.
  • 42) Used to express surprise.
  • 43) (as well) In addition; also.
  • 44) (in well with) In a position to influence or be favored by.
  • 45) (as well) With equal effect.

Definitions

  • 1) A good, valuable, or useful part or aspect.
  • 2) Something that is good.
  • 3) Welfare; benefit.
  • 4) Goodness; virtue.
  • 5) Passing between the uprights of the goal and therefore scoring, as a field goal in football.
  • 6) Of moral excellence; upright.
  • 7) Competent; skilled.
  • 8) Benevolent; kind.
  • 9) Able to pay or contribute.
  • 10) Bountiful.
  • 11) Ready or able for a specified or assumed activity.
  • 12) In effect; operative.
  • 13) Used to form exclamatory phrases expressing surprise or dismay.
  • 14) Superior to the average; satisfactory.
  • 15) Genuine; real.
  • 16) Not spoiled or ruined.
  • 17) Ample; substantial.
  • 18) Attractive; handsome.
  • 19) Worthy of respect; honorable.
  • 20) Socially correct; proper.
  • 21) Loyal; staunch.
  • 22) Valid or true.
  • 23) Complete; thorough.
  • 24) Landing within bounds or within a particular area of a court and therefore in play.
  • 25) Beneficial to health; salutary.
  • 26) Discriminating.
  • 27) Being positive or desirable in nature; not bad or poor.
  • 28) Pleasant; enjoyable.
  • 29) Having the qualities that are desirable or distinguishing in a particular thing.
  • 30) Used formerly to refer to the US Government grade of meat higher than standard and lower than choice.
  • 31) In excellent condition; sound.
  • 32) Of high quality.
  • 33) Able to elicit a specified reaction.
  • 34) Reliable; sure.
  • 35) Serving the desired purpose or end; suitable.
  • 36) Well-behaved; obedient.

Examples

  • 1) Sweet because both volumes speak well of the old fella.
  • 2) He has coped reasonably well and often thanks me for all my help and support.
  • 3) There are teams who you just do well against.
  • 4) Yet he admits feeling better suited to midfield.
  • 5) Will newer ones be any better long term?
  • 6) The quality of men is higher as well.
  • 7) Drizzle the chicken with olive oil and season well.
  • 8) We all think maybe we should have done something better.
  • 9) It's usually best to keep business and your love life well apart anyway.
  • 10) Your mind and emotions work so well together.
  • 11) There were old scores she could pay off as well as old benefits she could return.
  • 12) The first point to make is that the system works better than is often supposed.
  • 13) You might as well just strap one to each hip.
  • 14) Improved performance was matched by sharper handling and better steering feel.
  • 15) But we thought we might as well go there anyway.
  • 16) Would prefer it faster but stays well and is one of the bigger dangers.
  • 17) It has not gone down well with the fans.
  • 18) We do not have some sort of oil well under our pitch.
  • 19) Yours might be best off in something completely different.
  • 20) Much of the anger is well founded.
  • 21) Judge it right and the coffers may well open up.
  • 22) Stir really well and spoon into your loaf tin.
  • 23) We had better get used to it.
  • 24) The lack of consideration given to the needs of victims in the court setting is well documented.
  • 25) Users come to feel that they cannot perform well without steroids.
  • 26) The task for his successor is to make the engine smaller but make it work better.
  • 27) He had not slept well since he had been there last.
  • 28) Who was better able to feel characters from the inside while gently judging them from the outside?
  • 29) It seems to have turned out well enough.
  • 30) Why not live as well as you can?
  • 31) You are so much better than this.
  • 32) There was a well in the centre surrounded by flies.
  • 33) We wish to support researchers to help us better understand the causes and to improve treatments.
  • 34) We argued that we had in the past managed well and pushed aggressively earnings per share by using debt.
  • 35) • Expanding the tarmac-delay contingency plans to include additional airports and foreign airlines• Requiring smaller and foreign carriers to report tarmac delays, and requiring the largest airlines to report tarmac delays not only on scheduled domestic flights but also on scheduled international and charter flights as well• Establishing standards for customer service plans, requiring airlines to disseminate them to passengers, and extending these provisions to foreign as well as U.S. airlines.
  • 36) As for finally wanting to live, developing the ability to live well - I hope you know, sometimes, how *well* you live -, and then finding its worth artificially degraded by human stupidity...
  • 37) He says to look for plants that *live well and die well*.
  • 38) You know I have read some of the above comments and some are very well noted and some are ..well not…..
  • 39) One very telling public statement recently published quoted him as saying ‘contrary to what people may think I sleep very well at night’…..well, folks, so did Ted Bundy and he was responsible for killing far fewer people than this guy!
  • 40) well dipping ones nads as well as the rest of ones self in water that would freeze a brass monkey..well you see my bit about the pathology.
  • 41) Oh, well, I'll spoil myself. *pats the other shoulder as well*.
  • 42) Shakspeare uses it in _All's well that ends well_ --
  • 43) In the midst of this sarcophagus is a well, the mouth of which is level with the ground, and half closed by two flag-stones; to this is given the name of the _well of blood_, because the heads of those who are executed in the dungeon are thrown into it.
  • 44) ‘My mash was creamy and tasty, and the leeks complemented the hotpot well.’
  • 45) ‘The ciabatta, crisp and coated in garlic was an excellent accompaniment and mixed well with the coulee.’
  • 46) ‘With the Community Hall progressing well, local clubs are planning for the future.’
  • 47) ‘Sparky would make an ideal family pet as he responds well to praise and attention and is friendly towards people.’
  • 48) ‘Ensure you get plenty of sleep, eat well, and take breaks between exam and study periods.’
  • 49) ‘I'll say upfront that I really don't function well without regular quality sleep.’
  • 50) ‘I have been sleeping well the last few nights and my mood has been pretty good.’
  • 51) ‘Both teams started well then hit a trouble patch, and both are working on next-to-nothing budgets.’
  • 52) ‘Does the ability to play the keyboard or bat well on a cricket team really matter?’
  • 53) ‘You can tell when the team has played well or badly by the atmosphere in every pub, club, shop, office and factory.’
  • 54) ‘What the committee saw in fact was a course which stood up remarkably well to the almost unrelenting rain.’
  • 55) ‘In fact, we hit it off so well that we ended up talking for more than five hours that afternoon.’
  • 56) ‘Davies says music is taught well in Orkney and he links that to the fact that almost every child goes to the local high school.’
  • 57) ‘Here was a woman who had done her best to raise her family well in difficult circumstances.’
  • 58) ‘I do not want the outcome of a big game coming down to how well the ref tosses up the ball.’
  • 59) ‘We think we have modernised quite well in this town and in the county.’
  • 60) ‘Given he stated it did not translate, I think he translated it quite well.’
  • 61) ‘He's got a good all-round game, he volleys well and people don't give him a lot of credit for that.’
  • 62) ‘Remember that red onions store less well than white, so use them first.’
  • 63) ‘Lessons are well planned and build well on what pupils have learnt before.’
  • 64) ‘In fact, it works well to lean down on your arm and use your weight to help yourself pivot.’
  • 65) ‘In fact he adapted so well that he was to spend the next twenty seven and a half years in the Police Force.’
  • 66) ‘You hold your own in an argument because you are always well armed with the facts.’
  • 67) ‘As the global economy itself starts to grow we are well positioned to take advantage of the upturn.’
  • 68) ‘The aim of the fund is to be well positioned to take advantage of positive market movements at any time.’
  • 69) ‘It is setting an example that Bradford council would do well to follow.’
  • 70) ‘The private investor in north London has a stake in a unique firm and you would do well to follow him in.’
  • 71) ‘The personnel may change but Simon has been a constant and it's his vision that other venues would do well to follow.’
  • 72) ‘Part-time football hasn't been a hindrance at this club and many others would do well to follow suit.’
  • 73) ‘I think you've had some excellent advice above and you'd do well to follow it.’
  • 74) ‘The authors who undertake succeeding volumes will do well to follow the lead set by Stanley Hall.’
  • 75) ‘For now, however, users would do well to exercise extreme caution in updating their machines.’
  • 76) ‘He reckons he'll fit in well, despite the fact that he isn't an especially strong candidate.’
  • 77) ‘It draws from existing case law and fits well within good human resources practice.’
  • 78) ‘The desert sheep is an interesting breed, well adapted to local conditions.’
  • 79) ‘What function is performed by standing rules in judicial review, and how well do the rules serve that function?’
  • 80) ‘It suited these people too well personally and politically to do anything else.’
  • 81) ‘People would do well not to listen to anyone behaving like a contented frog.’
  • 82) ‘She turned out to be alright and she integrated herself into the pack quite well.’
  • 83) ‘By my observation a daily routine works well for people who work at home.’
  • 84) ‘I've always run really well in practice, and I have been fortunate to qualify well.’
  • 85) ‘Fortunately, it's worked out well and been a financial success, but did we know that going in?’
  • 86) ‘If Fernando has done well there is praise, if he had been booked or cost Rangers a goal there is criticism and a tantrum.’
  • 87) ‘I think once people start wearing them around and start blogging about them, they'll sell quite well.’
  • 88) ‘Although I'm not very good at musical instruments it worked out quite well.’
  • 89) ‘He thought that if my baby was born now, at 36 weeks, it would fare quite well.’
  • 90) ‘And the fact that things are going so well on the football front has made settling in a lot easier.’
  • 91) ‘Once a month they will get the chance to sell shares that are not doing well and buy profitable ones.’
  • 92) ‘The truth is that if companies do well and grow their profits over time, their shares will increase in value.’
  • 93) ‘Why are firms doing quite well when the economy is doing rather badly?’
  • 94) ‘This should be a very tough contest as both teams have performed well during the year.’
  • 95) ‘You can't know how well you will perform under stress until you encounter it.’
  • 96) ‘They knew which teams were doing well and which players were on form.’
  • 97) ‘Their last album did extraordinarily well, and now people are looking to them to be the future of music.’
  • 98) ‘Egg, Morgan Stanley and Tesco Personal Finance also fared well, with four stars each.’
  • 99) ‘Britain is doing quite well at reducing emissions, concedes John Whitelegg of the SEI.’
  • 100) ‘We compare quite well with other services in the South West on this issue.’
  • 101) ‘The first phase has sold well, and profits from this will be realised in the second half.’
  • 102) ‘The gaming done, I began my performance of festive music, which seemed to go down quite well.’
  • 103) ‘Obviously it would have been a disappointment had I not gotten the job, but luckily things worked out well.’
  • 104) ‘We all like people to treat us well, to acknowledge us, to talk to us, to bond with us.’
  • 105) ‘I was impressed with how well he treats the little guys and thought you might like to know.’
  • 106) ‘If you want to be treated well, then very sweetly but firmly demand the respect you want.’
  • 107) ‘I have been treated so well by Mike over the years and I just wanted to return the favour.’
  • 108) ‘That's where he also learned that a good horse trainer knows you have to treat horses well.’
  • 109) ‘Here we see people who are treated so well, and so much happiness is brought into their lives.’
  • 110) ‘They said that as he was the only son, just like his uncle, he must be treated especially well.’
  • 111) ‘He recognized early on that employees will be diligent at their jobs if they are treated well.’
  • 112) ‘The note further explained he was content because his colleagues had treated him well.’
  • 113) ‘That's their job, and if they want to stay employed, they will treat customers well.’
  • 114) ‘He has promised that if anything should happen to me, he will try to ensure sure that you are well treated.’
  • 115) ‘I wanted to give something back to the community that has treated me so well.’
  • 116) ‘I'm delighted that he is going to have a lovely semi-retirement with owners who will treat him well.’
  • 117) ‘They treated him well, taking him to a hospital where he was given food and three operations.’
  • 118) ‘Workhouses that existed in Rochdale at that time were small and inmates were treated well.’
  • 119) ‘He went on to say how well he had been treated in hospital and thanked me as a member of the team who had treated him.’
  • 120) ‘I think as a general rule as a society we wish to treat animals well, we wish to be humane.’
  • 121) ‘If we want to keep the crew we have, we have to treat them well and stay competitive, and that's not free.’
  • 122) ‘They will want to be treated properly and well at the nearest hospital.’
  • 123) ‘People treat me well because they know who my father is and they know what he can do for them.’
  • 124) ‘This is a major relief organisation working across India and which is extremely well respected.’
  • 125) ‘The real deal is to explain why such stories should be so well received by the people of Taiwan.’
  • 126) ‘It was at a television show that Muthoni's mother spoke well of her daughter's abilities after attending a special school where music was well factored.’
  • 127) ‘I recount this simple event not to promote the fact that I am well thought of by a few patients.’
  • 128) ‘You need to be tough to win this race and many well touted thoroughbreds have been found out by the mile and a half.’
  • 129) ‘At no time did the partisans of the opposition speak well of Joseph Smith.’
  • 130) ‘Mr Harding is not only of good character, and a number of people have spoken well of him.’
  • 131) ‘It is hard to fault him for the conduct that caused the public to think well of him.’
  • 132) ‘The way to get a promotion is to take criticism well, but most people don't know they don't do it well.’
  • 133) ‘Christine took the bad news well enough but the rest of the Top 9 contestants were devastated to see their fellow singer sent home.’
  • 134) ‘They were a family line who seemed to have specialised in marrying well.’
  • 135) ‘Olga predicated that it would him and myself who would marry well into St Petersburg society.’
  • 136) ‘She had been considered very attractive when she was younger, and had married well at the time.’
  • 137) ‘Men controlled the fates of women, whose expected aim in life was to marry well.’
  • 138) ‘It does not see that a nation being prosperous is about individual citizens living well.’
  • 139) ‘People won't be inspired to learn Mandarin because a lot of them are already living well.’
  • 140) ‘Death will still bring us peace, but the challenge is how to live this life well, not waste time preparing for the next.’
  • 141) ‘But the truth is that he is a fine person who enjoys life and lives it well.’
  • 142) ‘The environmental project must succeed if we are to live well on this beautiful world of ours.’
  • 143) ‘He lives well in Covent Garden and owns a substantial hoard of art himself.’
  • 144) ‘Hers was a career that spanned some seven decades and, most of all, a life well lived.’
  • 145) ‘But that meant rents were cheap and people like me could live well and do our art.’
  • 146) ‘The two contenders have said we have to take their hand if we're to live well and live safely.’
  • 147) ‘It somewhat reminds him of New York but it is nowhere near as expensive to live well.’
  • 148) ‘Both have suffered with their health in recent years but live happily and remarkably well.’
  • 149) ‘We want to live well, but we want all to live well, and so we have to help each other.’
  • 150) ‘No other writer or thinker had said precisely what he says about what it is to live well.’
  • 151) ‘We see more of the association between being good and living well in section 17.’
  • 152) ‘You must honor William's memory by living well until sadly fate decrees it is your time to leave this world.’
  • 153) ‘He lived well and also lived it up, going to all the dances run by the pipe band.’
  • 154) ‘By living well within his means, he's made sure that he's always got money left over at the end of each month.’
  • 155) ‘We depend on those things, and they set the benchmark for how well we live in this country.’
  • 156) ‘He lives well in Notting Hill and can often be seen out dining with Stephen Fry or fellow former players.’
  • 157) ‘You see, although he earns a good wage, he likes to live well and parties hard.’
  • 158) ‘Will it be a case of hail, hail fellow well met from the Broomloan slopes?’
  • 159) ‘He was "hail, fellow, well met" with everyone the moment he reached town.’
  • 160) ‘He is a jolly well-met fellow, like clubmen generally are, but perfectly honorable and straightforward.’
  • 161) ‘Gently stir together the first six ingredients with a pinch of salt until well mixed.’
  • 162) ‘Most cookbooks get over this difficult stage by saying mix thoroughly and knead well.’
  • 163) ‘Stir in the rice and break up any clumps so that all the grains get coated individually and everything mixes up well.’
  • 164) ‘Warm the rum in a small saucepan and add to the fruit, mix well and let the mixture stand for at least a day but up to three.’
  • 165) ‘Tim stirred it well, to mix in all the little left behind bits of fried chicken, garlic and breadcrumbs.’
  • 166) ‘The waste matter would have to be chopped and mixed fairly well in the earth.’
  • 167) ‘When the vegetables have softened, add all the peas and stir them well into the vegetable mix.’
  • 168) ‘Fold in the mayonnaise and sour cream, season to taste and mix gently but well.’
  • 169) ‘Stir in the pasta, season with salt and pepper, and mix it well with the tomatoes and herbs.’
  • 170) ‘Open the can of milk and pour into the whipped cream; mix well and then fold in the egg whites.’
  • 171) ‘Purée and pass through a fine sieve, combine with the potato purée, mix well and place in a piping bag.’
  • 172) ‘Fold together with a wooden spoon until the fish is well mixed through.’
  • 173) ‘Mix well and spray thoroughly over both sides of the foliage and onto the offending pest.’
  • 174) ‘Combine mandarins, egg mixture, almonds and baking powder in a large bowl and mix well.’
  • 175) ‘Mix well - no dry ingredients should be visible and the mixture should be quite firm.’
  • 176) ‘Add some finely ground sweet almonds and mix well to form a smooth, easy to spread paste.’
  • 177) ‘Dissolve one cup of washing soda in a litre of hot water and add the soap solution, mixing well.’
  • 178) ‘Wash basmati well to get rid of the extra starch and give it a good stir when you add it to the water.’
  • 179) ‘The pectin didn't blend well into the liquid, so to get rid of any lumps, I used a hand blender.’
  • 180) ‘Mix all the ingredients well before adding only enough water to make the mixture moist.’
  • 181) ‘From that moment on I vowed to plan my costume well in advance and put a little thought into it.’
  • 182) ‘The key to planning a holiday for a large party is to book well in advance to ensure you all fly together and stay in the same hotel.’
  • 183) ‘Plans to extend the fishery are well advanced and it is hoped to commence work in the next few weeks.’
  • 184) ‘The annual school tour plans are well underway and parents will be notified in due course.’
  • 185) ‘I have not been informed and clearly witnesses have to be told well in advance so they can plan around the dates.’
  • 186) ‘The engine temperature shot up to well over 100 degrees and I had no choice but to bring the car into the pits.’
  • 187) ‘All of these roadworks were planned well before the holding of a referendum was considered and decided upon.’
  • 188) ‘With extension plans well underway, work is expected to be completed by the end of next year.’
  • 189) ‘The text is well illustrated with plans and many photographs of the exterior of the complex.’
  • 190) ‘That plan appeared to be well on course until a flurry of wickets shortly after tea had West Indies wobbling.’
  • 191) ‘We rate our job satisfaction well below those in most other western countries rate theirs.’
  • 192) ‘He lost his highly-paid job with a Fortune 500 and was unemployed for well over a year.’
  • 193) ‘The fact that well over a thousand people signed your petition shows it struck a chord with your readers.’
  • 194) ‘I thought given the circumstances it was best to keep you well anesthetized during your ordeal.’
  • 195) ‘They had travelled south from York to seek fame and fortune, and seemed well on the way to finding both.’
  • 196) ‘It was a fabulous gig, and the fans were so revved up by the event that we all must have stayed up well past 11.35 pm.’
  • 197) ‘Many of the impacts of human activities are well documented and understood.’
  • 198) ‘‘You're supposed to travel along it,’ said a small boy with a raspy voice that was well out of proportion with his body size.’
  • 199) ‘They worship a great force, an entity, which could probably be well likened to Mother Nature.’
  • 200) ‘Mr Waters was happy to see that preparations for the arrival of the birds are well in hand.’
  • 201) ‘People who are well versed in hip-hop understand the need for diversity in the culture.’
  • 202) ‘works of the seven, he adopts the more personal stance of one well versed in the arts.’
  • 203) ‘I, and many people who knew him well, were saddened when we heard of his violent death.’
  • 204) ‘The thing to remember is that I knew all these people well for all my adult life up to that point.’
  • 205) ‘I left not long after the meal was complete, having said hello to most of the people I knew well.’
  • 206) ‘It was a very long casting process and I met Will very early on so we already knew each other quite well by the time it came to filming.’
  • 207) ‘I was a policeman in Bradford from 1959 to 1961 so got to know the centre of the city quite well.’
  • 208) ‘We got to know each other quite well, and started seeing each other outside of work.’
  • 209) ‘I am fortunate to have a spouse that knows me well, and supports me in every way.’
  • 210) ‘They know the area well which is an advantage in trying to predict the weather.’
  • 211) ‘They also explain the reason for their joy to Van der Post's interpreter, a man I know quite well.’
  • 212) ‘Likewise, don't help yourself to drink unless you know your hosts extremely well.’
  • 213) ‘My point of order is that the Prime Minister knows full well the process of approvals.’
  • 214) ‘I used to know Charles Clarke quite well 10 years ago, before he entered parliament.’
  • 215) ‘We had to go for an interview and induction, but I know Manchester quite well so it will be easy to give directions.’
  • 216) ‘I was extremely well versed in the history of intoxication in relation to creativity.’
  • 217) ‘It's a hospital I know well as I spent quite a few weeks there over a number of years when I was very young.’
  • 218) ‘In any event, an appeal against the order of 3 March 2000 is well out of time, the parties have acted in the meantime on the basis that the order was not under challenge, and it would be wrong, now, to extend time.’
  • 219) ‘I realised my daughter was well out of the way and my only thought was to get out.’
  • 220) ‘And railways especially were well out of fashion.’
  • 221) ‘The £525m Barchester offered for the group was well out of reach for the other bidders.’
  • 222) ‘I can accept the thieving but to set fire to it is well out of order.’
  • 223) ‘The hook was well out of shape and the nylon was chewed to nearly half its original diameter.’
  • 224) ‘Taking holding costs and dividends into account, the Government is well out of pocket.’
  • 225) ‘He strode to his office, not sure where else he could go at the moment, the situation was well out of his hands.’
  • 226) ‘I asked him a few questions - it became clear that he was well out of his depth.’
  • 227) ‘‘The incident involving the car tyres is well out of his professional character and conduct,’ he said.’
  • 228) ‘Last time around poor selection decisions and an even poorer campaign meant they were well out of the running.’
  • 229) ‘But this is well out of line, according to a spokesman for the premium rate watchdog, ICSTIS.’
  • 230) ‘‘All the furniture is well out of the way, it's just a shell now until it goes down and dries out,’ he said.’
  • 231) ‘The hotel was well out of the centre in a slightly grotty area, and so there wasn't much to see in the immediate vicinity, but in any case I wanted to work on the act for the night.’
  • 232) ‘Fingers crossed, this should have worked, and it should now all look well pretty and grooved out.’
  • 233) ‘And with the sun behind us, we knew we were well out of sight - drifting south, with a pack of dark shapes circling our feet.’
  • 234) ‘This house on the Uxbridge Road was the perfect place for them to compose their music as it isn't overlooked by any other houses and is well out of earshot of the neighbours.’
  • 235) ‘However there was a feeling that we were well out of order in doing so.’
  • 236) ‘A 15 per cent council tax rise is well out of order, especially if it includes spending £2.7 million on an art museum.’
  • 237) ‘I thought it was well dodgy and I hope they get one back against them in Turin.’
  • 238) ‘At this point, Brash should have told Dallow to bloody well look it up for himself.’
  • 239) ‘They knew bloody well that these people were doing harmful things to innocent people.’
  • 240) ‘This shows us both that we can do better, and that we bloody well should.’
  • 241) ‘If it means to override freedom of expression, then it can bloody well go on the record and say so.’
  • 242) ‘To which my response is, Yes, it bloody well would be a good idea to find out what science can tell us about emotion.’
  • 243) ‘Works bloody well: I can now take a heavy day and feel all right the next morning.’
  • 244) ‘If you're watching tv at 10 in the morning on a working day you bloody well shouldn't be.’
  • 245) ‘I knew bloody well there must be a telex, and I went to the Armenian foreign ministry.’
  • 246) ‘You like whatever you bloody well like, darling, and don't you dare apologise for it!’
  • 247) ‘His advantage is that they are his own; he created them so he will bloody well use them.’
  • 248) ‘A classic remark - and for the record, yes it bloody well did hurt and it still does!’
  • 249) ‘Which is the only Starbucks I've ever felt inclined to go into, and it was bloody well closed.’
  • 250) ‘The ties were a disgrace, mind, but if we have to wear dusky pink to get a result then we bloody well will.’
  • 251) ‘He knew he had to tell her… he knew why she hated him so much, and he bloody well deserved it!’
  • 252) ‘Two people who love each other want to get married, then bloody well get married!’
  • 253) ‘Drop your Salient right now and bang your head against the nearest wall until it ruddy well hurts!’
  • 254) ‘After the fifth attempt he decided just to get it over with and whatever noises in the background could damn well stay there.’
  • 255) ‘If so, the risk of litigation might well discourage the practice of defensive hacking even if it should be legal.’
  • 256) ‘These may well be the same birds at times congregating on flooded pits at Tottenhill on the fen borders.’
  • 257) ‘Indicators of what is possible and what is required may well follow from the results of a strategic assessment.’
  • 258) ‘He would probably deny this, but it might well be a way of hiding his red-eyed blushes, and sparing ours.’
  • 259) ‘In doing this the Methodists may well be returning to what was probably the role of religion for centuries.’
  • 260) ‘While not the finished article, the Scottish bid team believe they are well on the way to giving the same assurance.’
  • 261) ‘By the time you read this, we may well know the outcome of the US presidential race.’
  • 262) ‘Mind you whatever the outcome it could well be one of the games of the entire year.’
  • 263) ‘The declining fortunes of the male soul singer may well be the late Barry White's most lasting legacy.’
  • 264) ‘The outcome of the match may well be determined by how quiet Ferdinand can keep the effusive Jermain Defoe.’
  • 265) ‘The outcome of that duel may well settle the series, and on current evidence there is only one winner.’
  • 266) ‘In that way a far healthier outcome could well be achieved from all points of view in the long run.’
  • 267) ‘Had any of these been converted the outcome could well have been a different story.’
  • 268) ‘In such cases, luck plays a part and it might well decide the outcome of the match!’
  • 269) ‘The results may be within the margin of error, but the outcome could well be determined by the margin of litigation.’
  • 270) ‘In those circumstances our accountant may well find himself open to offers from criminals.’
  • 271) ‘That, at least to some extent, may well be no more than a reflection of my lack of expertise in this field.’
  • 272) ‘In my opinion that excessive number could well be the main reason for most of the school's problems.’
  • 273) ‘There may well have been reasons for this omission in the context of the entire trial.’
  • 274) ‘This may well have been the reason for the girls being chosen to represent their school.’
  • 275) ‘Consolidation may well benefit shareholders of the acquired company in the short-term.’
  • 276) ‘This suggests the plans may well go ahead at a later date, something which we are dead against and always will be.’
  • 277) ‘The couple can well afford to pay the fine, but should probably get rid of their lax driver.’
  • 278) ‘Does it make sense to give each of us a subsidy, when we can perfectly well afford the full price?’
  • 279) ‘They could well afford it, given the umpteen millions they rake in from the motoring public.’
  • 280) ‘Many people who are well able to afford meat prefer lentils, which form an excellent food without any meat.’
  • 281) ‘Siguenza was educated at home, his father being well able to provide the education his son needed.’
  • 282) ‘I think he could well win, provided his relationship with Michelle doesn't degenerate.’
  • 283) ‘Your Lordship has well in mind the degree to which the arguments found favour and to which they did not.’
  • 284) ‘Merchants could well balk at supporting incompatible payment operations.’
  • 285) ‘Why, you may well ask, does The Register class vagueness of this order as a clarification?’
  • 286) ‘Get well wishes were sent to Mary Foyle who is recovering after her recent illness.’
  • 287) ‘It has also correctly labelled as disease free most, but not all, of the well people.’
  • 288) ‘Mason Brown took remedial action, prescribed his own cure and is now completely well.’
  • 289) ‘He's not a well man, you know, and his most consistently highly-paid gig has just upped and sacked him.’
  • 290) ‘The Melbourne show was a month or so before he was given the diagnosis of his cancer, but it was apparent that he wasn't a well man.’
  • 291) ‘It was very brave of her to come to York as she is not a well lady.’
  • 292) ‘To most people, she looks perfectly well, but in fact she came close to death due to her illness.’
  • 293) ‘He's still not well but the slower pace of life is getting rid of his stress.’
  • 294) ‘He is not particularly well at the moment.’
  • 295) ‘I hope Pauric gets well soon and can keep that Old Fair Day going for many more years.’
  • 296) ‘While everyone hopes she will be found safe and well, the likelihood now is that she may not have survived.’
  • 297) ‘Betty gave him cardboard boxes and cotton wool but always told him that when the bird was well, he would have to let it go.’
  • 298) ‘Symptoms are often overlooked, as they are mild and commonly experienced by well people.’
  • 299) ‘It was 30 years too late but he was still alive and well and hoped to provide for his children.’
  • 300) ‘We extend the best wishes of everyone to Wendy Bryant and hope that she gets well soon.’
  • 301) ‘He assumed that his best friend was in a cell very much like this one and hoped that he was well.’
  • 302) ‘Dear Husband, I write these few lines hoping to find you well as it leaves us at present.’
  • 303) ‘Of course, Agassi is alive and well and has we hope a good many decades of health and happiness left.’
  • 304) ‘I'm very well, thank you.’
  • 305) ‘She is indeed very well, thank you.’
  • 306) ‘To this I wish Cllr Clarke well and hope she will help to carry on the Town Council's good name and work.’
  • 307) ‘We wish St. Declan's well and hope they will retain this flag for many years to come.’
  • 308) ‘We wish him well and let us hope his first game against the Dubs ends in success.’
  • 309) ‘I wish Scott and Caroline and Lorna well and I hope they get away with it for ever.’
  • 310) ‘We wish them all well for May and hope they enjoy the next few months of preparation.’
  • 311) ‘Pat is wished well and it is hoped his new venture will prove a great success.’
  • 312) ‘Shruti's performance received a standing ovation from critics, artists and well wishers.’
  • 313) ‘All would have been well except Emma decided that she had to have something to eat.’
  • 314) ‘Coun Francis wished the clerk well and he praised him for putting the council on a firm financial footing.’
  • 315) ‘If we'd gone home at the end of the meal, all would probably have been well.’
  • 316) ‘It was great to know that this beautiful bird is alive and well again in the area.’
  • 317) ‘It's just over a mile in all, and I arrive back wheezing for breath but alive and well.’
  • 318) ‘Fortunately, they were found safe and well in Wigan town centre the following day.’
  • 319) ‘I hope all's well down there in sunny -, and that you can find some time to write back.’
  • 320) ‘He too wished him well and expressed a hope that he would enjoy and long and healthy retirement.’
  • 321) ‘Hope you're all well, though, and that you have a Happy and Prosperous New year.’
  • 322) ‘Hope all is well and that my mugshot has not caused too many upturned stomachs out there.’
  • 323) ‘I wish them all well and hope to see them all at some of the clubs in the future.’
  • 324) ‘Friends of the Kildare town man wish him well and hope to see him out and about soon.’
  • 325) ‘Not my business but I do wish you well and I hope you have pleasant experiences in your learnings’
  • 326) ‘But would it not be well to limit grand juries to the investigation of felons, and leave misdemeanors to inferior courts?’
  • 327) ‘Only--if we decide to buy, it would be well to be moved in and settled before winter.’
  • 328) ‘If I could look back and say, well, there was always the yacht - that would be something.’
  • 329) ‘You can tell when people really got it or, well, that's not for me, and you always get a bit of that.’
  • 330) ‘That sounds arrogant but I liked the part, and I thought, well, who's he gonna get?’
  • 331) ‘Too busy partying and making money to settle down and have family, they seem to say, well, you'll be sorry!’
  • 332) ‘Ah well, let's hope those of us who suffer from the winter blues will buck up soon.’
  • 333) ‘The message some of the Record's readers might take from the story is: well, it serves him right.’
  • 334) ‘Oh well what a cunning plan and who do you think that it is that unintentionally ruins the plan for him?’
  • 335) ‘Perhaps she thought by leaving it to the last minute I would have to accept it and, well, I did.’
  • 336) ‘When you cannot have the real thing, well, the best reproduction will have to do.’
  • 337) ‘In my memory, he talked about nothing but himself - well, false modesty has never been his style.’
  • 338) ‘Does this automatically make me want to call for a ban on smoking - well, believe it or not, it doesn't.’
  • 339) ‘Ah well Paul, work provides my car when I need one, although buying one wouldn't be a stretch by any means.’
  • 340) ‘well, duped is too strong a word for it, but mislead seems a bit, well, too innocent.’
  • 341) ‘At the time, it was considered a shabby place to live, because, well, we were a shabby family.’
  • 342) ‘Whether snapped in Times Square or Tiananmen Square, they always look, well, square.’
  • 343) ‘A company has been formed to do just that but negotiations are, well, slow.’
  • 344) ‘The reason I had such bad withdrawal symptoms from bread must be because I was, well, addicted.’
  • 345) ‘Damian knows his science, and science is important to, well, everything now.’
  • 346) ‘The driver gets decent seat adjustment, so it is a case of settling back to enjoy, well, a very pleasant ride.’
  • 347) ‘It would have been rude if I had turned round and said something, well, rude.’
  • 348) ‘They have come here, in the depths of winter, because - well, because they want to.’
  • 349) ‘If this sounds like it could lead to sappy and sentimental situations, well, it does.’
  • 350) ‘Have you finished reading Harry Potter yet? well, have you?’
  • 351) ‘"well, where do they come from then?"’
  • 352) ‘If you don't think it is a good idea, well, what other ideas have you got?’
  • 353) ‘Different concentrations of ground water nitrate were obtained by drilling irrigation wells into two aquifers.’
  • 354) ‘The water available in villages is drawn from wells sunk in tanks and lakes.’
  • 355) ‘Water for human consumption was traditionally obtained from wells, ponds, or rivers.’
  • 356) ‘Although present in air, helium is commercially obtained from natural gas wells where it occurs in concentrations of between one and seven percent of the natural gas.’
  • 357) ‘A geothermal heating system harvests local energy from the site by drawing water from forty wells extending four-hundred feet below ground level.’
  • 358) ‘Water from the wells is piped up to ground level where exchangers heat and cool it as needed.’
  • 359) ‘On the arid plains of northern China, the depletion of shallow reservoirs has forced people to sink wells into aquifers more than 1 km below the surface.’
  • 360) ‘Considerations are now in progress to allocate a budget to drill 401 bore water wells for consumers and farmers.’
  • 361) ‘To ensure a reliable water supply for their garden and the house he sank two wells.’
  • 362) ‘Water companies have hundreds of different sources from rivers and reservoirs to ground water supplies and wells.’
  • 363) ‘Water flooding involves drilling water injection wells in a reservoir and pumping water into the field to push the oil towards the oil producing well bores.’
  • 364) ‘Even today, across many remote areas of the United States, wind-powered pumps draw water from wells to fill livestock watering troughs.’
  • 365) ‘The water system has meant improved health among residents, who now need to spend less time carrying water from wells distant from their homes.’
  • 366) ‘New water wells and treatment facilities are in the progress of being constructed in addition to new delivery pipes being installed.’
  • 367) ‘Most drinking water comes from municipal reservoirs, but people in isolated areas get their drinking water from wells.’
  • 368) ‘The residents said they depended on rain water or untreated water from wells and were sometimes forced to walk long distances in search of the commodity.’
  • 369) ‘One of the major advantages of a rig this size is that it can drill large diameter water wells, up to 500 mm to depths of 500 metres.’
  • 370) ‘In India, more farmers now provide their own water via wells and pumps than rely on the government's irrigation system, which is based on a network of canals.’
  • 371) ‘Results also show that 90 percent of those who participated in the study use their wells for drinking water.’
  • 372) ‘Today, industrial energy moves water from wells beneath the earth, from river channels and over hills.’
  • 373) ‘The springs gave birth to the town and while Llandrindod wells itself cannot be said to have been in existence much longer than a hundred years, there are landmarks in its development that span two or three centuries.’
  • 374) ‘Tenbury had the ‘wells’ added to its name in the mid 19th century to help promote the Mineral Water wells that had been found in the town from 1840 onwards.’
  • 375) ‘Tenbury wells is a small ancient market town situated in the very north west of Worcestershire on the A456, close to the borders of Herefordshire and Shropshire.’
  • 376) ‘The released liquids are gathered in wells specifically designed for that purpose.’
  • 377) ‘One of the challenges in this process has been filling the femtoliter wells with liquid.’
  • 378) ‘Later on we saw other wells that were simply depressions in rock with water coming from an unknown source, green with cress, and perhaps housed in a 19th Century hut.’
  • 379) ‘Make a well in the middle, add the oil, treacle and enough milk to combine and make a soft dough.’
  • 380) ‘A small amount is withdrawn from each tube and loaded into separate wells of a polyacrylamide gel.’
  • 381) ‘The antibody was added to all wells of the plate.’
  • 382) ‘Spoon the purée onto a serving dish, leaving a well in the centre.’
  • 383) ‘Stir in the dried yeast, then make a well in the centre.’
  • 384) ‘Put the flour in a bowl and make a well in the centre.’
  • 385) ‘Form the mixture into a mound and create a well in the center.’
  • 386) ‘Mix thoroughly with a fork, make a well in the center and set aside.’
  • 387) ‘Make a well in the center of the batter and add the pumpkin.’
  • 388) ‘There is no doubt that the observation of precipitation in the very small wells of the plates in question was subjective, and there is no doubt scope for differences of genuinely held opinions.’
  • 389) ‘In the final step, the investigator cuts plugs to fit the wells of an agarose electrophoresis gel.’
  • 390) ‘This originative source is a well from which very different kinds of poems can be drawn up.’
  • 391) ‘There are deep wells of poverty in both which are a living reproach to their political representatives.’
  • 392) ‘It is another job that requires individuals to plumb deep wells of patience.’
  • 393) ‘The Royal Navy in those years was a deep well of talent, creativity and confidence.’
  • 394) ‘Do they visit in empathy, or is it something deep within the deepest well of their own ego that sends them on their mission?’
  • 395) ‘At times optimism fails and I fall face first into the deep well of despair.’
  • 396) ‘It proves that beneath the showmanship, there is real talent and a deep well of genuine feeling.’
  • 397) ‘Do not tar them all with the same brush for there was a deep well of opinion in favour of the motion.’
  • 398) ‘Wlodek is a gentle man with laughing eyes, but there is a deep well of emotion when he talks.’
  • 399) ‘It would be a shame if we were discouraging emerging scholars from reaching deeper into the bookstacks, from sending their buckets down deeper into the wells of knowledge.’
  • 400) ‘Conservatives tend to see this as detached from the deep theological wells of the tradition.’
  • 401) ‘Similarly, many monochrome paintings are at once flat planes and deep wells of color.’
  • 402) ‘Of course, not every theater company has such deep wells of musical talent on hand.’
  • 403) ‘They might be great for the economy, or we could be running out public funding wells dry.’
  • 404) ‘Caught in a web of feeling and confusion, Joe is drawn into ever deeper wells of irrationality as the aftermath of the incident unfolds.’
  • 405) ‘Everywhere I've been I've found a deep well of energy and idealism.’
  • 406) ‘The city was flush with new wealth and a bottomless well of optimism.’
  • 407) ‘The split was far from amicable and plunged the normally perky star into a well of depression and self-doubt.’
  • 408) ‘It reminded me of all I had abandoned and have since fallen into a well of depression.’
  • 409) ‘But our members have made it clear their deep well of goodwill is running dry.’
  • 410) ‘Hundreds of builders work like ants to construct walls, foundations, stairs, lift wells.’
  • 411) ‘It is pulled inside and set in place before the front center console, lighted front door step wells and rear ‘kick guards’ are installed.’
  • 412) ‘It took four years and over £1m to build the Midland, its six storeys arranged in a figure of eight around two wells, allowing as much natural light to the interior as possible.’
  • 413) ‘During the night a shell had fallen into the well of the building in which she and her husband had their flat.’
  • 414) ‘You can apply insecticide around doors, windows, and vents, outside stairwells, window wells, along foundation, under lip of siding.’
  • 415) ‘Window wells and stairwells can present problems.’
  • 416) ‘A train of skylights with tangerine wells sprays color into an otherwise routine hallway.’
  • 417) ‘The city provided sandbags and sand at its public works yard, he said, noting most people trying to prevent water from coming in through basement window wells needed relatively few sandbags.’
  • 418) ‘Inspect and clean gutters, leaders, window wells and drains of all leaves and debris and make sure gutters are firmly secure to the house.’
  • 419) ‘She places the pots in her home's window wells and covers them with leaves.’
  • 420) ‘White skylight wells - set above exposed rafters - bounce and diffuse sunlight into the room below, reinforcing the open, airy feeling.’
  • 421) ‘A video taken on April 8, 2000 shows leaking in the window wells on the north face.’
  • 422) ‘Using tinted glazing and deep, light-diffusing wells can help to compensate for this shortcoming, though neither is really a remedy.’
  • 423) ‘Skylights threw wells of illumination down through the still air into the hall, spotlighting the black and white tiled floor.’
  • 424) ‘Other copies of which are available in the well of the court for any member of the public who wishes to read it.’
  • 425) ‘To summarize, spoken language interpreters are stationed in the well of the courtroom only when there is a NES witness involved.’
  • 426) ‘Also, only members of the bar are to be seated inside the rail and in the well of the Court.’
  • 427) ‘well drinks are poured 'out of the well', a 'speed rack' of stock liquors kept at the bartender's station.’
  • 428) ‘The clear glass bottle features a thick bottom for an enriched, specialty look, while the long body and short neck creates an aesthetically taller appearance that also functions easily in the bartenders’ well.’
  • 429) ‘Because the well holds your average liquor, and is easily accessed, most drinks are made from that location of the bar.’
  • 430) ‘Drink specials, including small pitchers of beer for $4.25 and well drinks for $3.75, also are available.’
  • 431) ‘Also, get draft beers and well drinks for $3.’
  • 432) ‘Wine, beer, and well drinks are all on us.’
  • 433) ‘My ONLY qualm is that the $5 martini's are made with well vodka.’
  • 434) ‘I had Tanqueray and my friend was drinking well vodka.’
  • 435) ‘You receive a tumbler with 2 cubes in it full of well gin, and a can of tonic.’
  • 436) ‘I think I've been back once on a Wednesday for their $1 well drink special.’
  • 437) ‘The free drink was a well drink or a beer, not bad.’
  • 438) ‘To ease the week's woes, it's $2 off all draft beer and well spirits and $4 for a glass of house red or white wine.’
  • 439) ‘Sandwiched in the middle of the semiconductor are two layers of quantum wells in which the electrons and holes are created and confined to a 2D world.’
  • 440) ‘Quantum wells consist of a thin sheet of crystalline semiconductor sandwiched between two sheets of another semiconductor.’
  • 441) ‘Faced with the new electric fields introduced by the sound wave, the electrons and holes in the quantum well seek out their respective points of minimum energy in the presence of the fields.’
  • 442) ‘In effect the neutrons are caught in a vertical potential well: gravity pulls down, while atoms in the surface of the mirror push up.’
  • 443) ‘The researchers think the water welled up from beneath the planet's surface about five million years ago.’
  • 444) ‘The new cut on her hand glinted in the light, as the beads of blood welled up to the surface.’
  • 445) ‘As he thought the name, a single tear welled up and rolled down the Ursine's brown muzzle.’
  • 446) ‘She just wanted to get out of there and she could feel the tears welling up in her eyes, threatening to spill over onto her cheeks.’
  • 447) ‘We're both quiet again, but I can feel angry tears welling up and starting to spill down my cheeks.’
  • 448) ‘Her vision blurred slightly with a sudden flow of tears that welled up in her eyes and she blinked them away.’
  • 449) ‘She laughed softly until tears welled in her eyes and spilled down her cheeks.’
  • 450) ‘Blood welled upon around the angry wound and spilled over the skin's jagged edges.’
  • 451) ‘Then, abandoning her pride, she let the tears that had welled up, flow freely.’
  • 452) ‘Tears welled up in Mother's eyes, and I saw for the first time, her as a person.’
  • 453) ‘More oil and air welled up, and it was clear from other debris that the submarine was finished.’
  • 454) ‘Tears welled up in his eyes, and Javan let them stream down his cheeks.’
  • 455) ‘His eyes welled with tears as they rushed down his cheeks like waterfall.’
  • 456) ‘Morning loomed through the cloud of condensation that welled up out of Dan's sleeping bag, a breathing cave if ever there was one.’
  • 457) ‘It felt weird because when I bid Dad goodbye, I would usually have a sting in the bridge of my nose and tears would start welling up in my eyes.’
  • 458) ‘Now we left Mankind behind and raced back to a time when the earth cracked open and molten lava welled out, at the end of the distant Mesozoic Age.’
  • 459) ‘The oil is thought to have welled up from a small boat which sank on Monday after heavy rain caused the water level to rise.’
  • 460) ‘It provides strong evidence for the main mechanism of continental drift - that is, spreading of the sea floor as new material wells up from the mantle.’
  • 461) ‘The pressure within the crust hadn't increased, as would be expected when molten rock wells up from below.’
  • 462) ‘Blood welled from the cut and dripped onto the front of her healer's robe.’
  • 463) ‘One could sense the drama welling up blocks away from the auditorium at Sacramento State.’
  • 464) ‘He nodded and you could see confidence welling up inside him.’
  • 465) ‘As the Birdwoman stood in front of the window admiring the dress, an urge started to well up inside her.’
  • 466) ‘That might have been me, I thought, alarmed by the unsavory jealousy welling up inside.’
  • 467) ‘The intense feeling welled up within her and shone from her eyes like dark beacons.’
  • 468) ‘Anger was welling up inside of me as this family continued to use offensive language towards their relative.’
  • 469) ‘Paul was taken aback by the fatherly protective instincts that seemed to well up from deep inside him.’
  • 470) ‘Fury welled up inside my heart and began to push out through my throat.’
  • 471) ‘Rage welled up inside of me and all I could see was red.’
  • 472) ‘I look around at the paper walls and feel frustration welling up inside me - I want to cry, but nothing comes, I'm numb to it all.’
  • 473) ‘His breath came in quick, shallow gasps as anxiety and panic welled up inside him.’
  • 474) ‘Emotion welled up inside her, and tears slowly coursed their way down her cheeks.’
  • 475) ‘Each time she thought of his name, a mix of pleasure and anticipation welled up inside her.’
  • 476) ‘A week passed, and Enzo couldn't contain the excitement welling up inside of him.’
  • 477) ‘Avril held onto his hand her eyes pleading with sadness welling inside.’
  • 478) ‘Feeling irritation welling up inside of me, I jerked my arm free of her grasp and walked towards the cart to do just that.’
  • 479) ‘A feeling of rebellion welled up inside of her and she wanted nothing more to do then slam her door and lock herself in.’
  • 480) ‘She leaned against the wall, anger and sadness welling up inside her as she thought about what had happened.’
  • 481) ‘Faith heard his door close and sighed deeply from the happiness welling up inside of her.’
  • 482) ‘A sinking feeling of despair welled up within her, threatening to swamp her completely.’

Examples

  • 1) Yet to win this season and just not good enough.
  • 2) To come back and prove a few people wrong is good.
  • 3) Who decided unsalted butter was a good idea?
  • 4) This is a rich country and it should be a good one to grow old in.
  • 5) Your special skill for bringing out the best in others shines bright today.
  • 6) They argue that you can see wildlife better from your sofa than you can in the wild.
  • 7) It felt good to do something bad.
  • 8) Their goals were two blips in a really good game for us.
  • 9) We wish her and her family the best.
  • 10) You know differences can be worked out without turning nasty and make good relationship choices.
  • 11) Your best option is just to go for it.
  • 12) They are good people and they care that what they distribute is correct.
  • 13) Then your biggest and best ideas will take off.
  • 14) But she said the experience had been a good one.
  • 15) This brings into better balance the interests of staff and shareholders.
  • 16) This year you will see the best of me.
  • 17) What good can something called beanie possibly augur?
  • 18) This is really the best thing the film has to offer.
  • 19) What he would care about is that it is a good family and a good alliance.
  • 20) What qualities make a good fund manager?
  • 21) We can have too much of a good thing.
  • 22) High bad cholesterol and low good cholesterol.
  • 23) Vancouver is regularly voted the destination with the best quality of life in the world.
  • 24) Act now to get the best saving.
  • 25) The web is a very powerful tool and it can be used for good or evil.
  • 26) Three of the best finishers in world football right now.
  • 27) Which would be better for the job?
  • 28) To say you are good at maths is seen as sad.
  • 29) What is the best thing about owning a pet?
  • 30) You would have thrown yourself out of all good society.
  • 31) What you think of as hardships at the time can actually make you a better person.
  • 32) This is the best time always.
  • 33) I could be assured just seeing his logo that the editors thought the book was good enough to shuck out the bucks for *good* cover art, at least.
  • 34) I think he may have taken it as me suggesting that our program wasn't good enough, and by extension that I thought I was *too good*, which wasn't the case at all- I simply wanted my undergrads to have the chance to work with different people, and perhaps to work with MA programs better known to the doctoral programs they'd next apply to.
  • 35) I'm generally not good at remembering that I like things that are *good*.
  • 36) October 12, 2008 at 11:20 pm i love their quilts! getting the back right while quilting is hard to do. i am sure that after some love, washings, shrinking, and dragging that the puckers will just fade away. good luck on the next one. even though i have a lot of mistakes in my first quilt, i still love to look at it. welcome to a whole new world my friend…..good luck
  • 37) Kant's analysis of commonsense ideas begins with the thought that the only thing good without qualification is a ˜good will™.
  • 38) Anyway, I said, “Maddux is a good guy…..good luck”.
  • 39) ˜God is good to us™ understanding of God's goodness is ruled out on this approach: for the notion of ˜good to us™ is a normative notion.
  • 40) VERY IMPORTANT: In order for us to have a good Congress, it is terribly important to help to keep the * good* people in office.
  • 41) # Isabelon 12 May 2009 at 2:11 am good good… this post deserves a reply : :P …
  • 42) You tend to be more critical in your reviews than I am, and I mean that in a good way as you give really thorough reviews, so I was suprised to see that most of your books fell into the good+ categories.
  • 43) ‘This side have a good hunger and they've got desire and they are good qualities to have.’
  • 44) ‘Perhaps Edinburgh people are more confident of having good jobs and money in the future.’
  • 45) ‘She was given the task of bringing me up and instilling reasonably good values in me.’
  • 46) ‘Because even if the London market is a tad depressed, good deals still sell fast.’
  • 47) ‘It discusses the need and value of a good reputation for both York as a city and the council that runs it.’
  • 48) ‘The news comes on the back of a good Ofsted report for Commonweal which was described as an effective school.’
  • 49) ‘I can go out here in Ireland and the people are good enough to come out and see me.’
  • 50) ‘It's so good to welcome Leanne Benjamin back to the Royal Opera House after maternity leave.’
  • 51) ‘If you think that's a good thing, and want to show your support, please go there for a drink.’
  • 52) ‘But it's easy amid this depressing news to lose sight of some good things going on.’
  • 53) ‘It is pleasing to see he has a good sense of humour in his reply to the Marie Antoinette comment.’
  • 54) ‘For a business and investment world starved of good news, this seems almost too good to be true.’
  • 55) ‘But they are certainly a more welcome sight for traders hoping for a good sales season.’
  • 56) ‘We started today's game against Kent in a good position although we did lose a few too many wickets after tea.’
  • 57) ‘It was not a good position to be in at a time of such great opportunity.’
  • 58) ‘Having more work than you know what to do with is actually a pretty good position to be in, points out Mr Houston.’
  • 59) ‘He made the best of a good position off the last bend to finish fifth, less than two bike lengths behind the winner.’
  • 60) ‘Gough will be in a good position to judge, as he will be working for Sky Sports during its coverage of the series.’
  • 61) ‘However, when he was interviewed he seemed positive and had a good professional attitude.’
  • 62) ‘The support we have received puts us in a good position to secure the financial future of the fayre in years to come.’
  • 63) ‘Everything fell into place for us once the game began and the good start was very welcome.’
  • 64) ‘Any action is welcome and a good sign that Government is taking the problem seriously.’
  • 65) ‘It was a welcome piece of good fortune for the Scot, who blamed the wind for losing time in the middle sector of his lap.’
  • 66) ‘For many the news will be good, confirming that they can now go to the university or college of their choice.’
  • 67) ‘Bonnie had another trip to the vets on Friday and unfortunately the news wasn't good.’
  • 68) ‘I then had to wait for the results and I didn't know if it was going to be good or bad news.’
  • 69) ‘She's bossy too but I was so glad she was there, even though none of the news was good.’
  • 70) ‘Things start going wrong, bad news overshadows the good, the odds seem stacked against us.’
  • 71) ‘I have to make the most of this good spell of form, and am pleased that we are doing well in Europe.’
  • 72) ‘While international news might be bad, our personal fortunes are frequently good.’
  • 73) ‘Ivy went to check on her bike, and was pleased to see it was also in good condition.’
  • 74) ‘On reflection, I guess it's good that people are turning to the internet for their news.’
  • 75) ‘The news on margins was certainly good as this is the key area of concern at the moment.’
  • 76) ‘As has been said before, it's better to be confident of a good result than hopeful of a great one.’
  • 77) ‘The prospect of good weather and a favourable exchange rate are no doubt turning minds to sunny climes.’
  • 78) ‘People take great pains to thank us for our efforts and whilst it is not necessary, it is good to be appreciated.’
  • 79) ‘The first good sign is a complimentary gin and tonic and plenty leg-room on the plane.’
  • 80) ‘However, it is good to have our position recognised and be given a clean bill of health.’
  • 81) ‘It is good to see our standards and achievements recognised by the Home Office in this report.’
  • 82) ‘It is good to see the standard of netball in the first division is improving.’
  • 83) ‘The series received rotten reviews, then good ones, and the viewing figures blossomed.’
  • 84) ‘As an unknown first-time author, to get such a good review was a dream come true.’
  • 85) ‘While the reviews have been good, some critics have said the work has the hallmarks of a first draft.’
  • 86) ‘It is a handsome thing, and has already had a good review in Scotland on Sunday.’
  • 87) ‘My old friend Paul gave it a good review when it was in the cinema, so I'm fairly interested to see it.’
  • 88) ‘The tabloids have given good reviews and he says people are generally supportive.’
  • 89) ‘Lewis says he may take a look at any good reviews but he doesn't read a lot of his own press.’
  • 90) ‘That's not to say that few people could or would deliver good reviews or criticism.’
  • 91) ‘I may even be grateful for a good review of my book which I know was not a masterpiece of impartiality.’
  • 92) ‘I'm planning on picking up the Invisibles series after seeing so many good reviews on it.’
  • 93) ‘It was kind of sad, because we had all these good reviews and no one could find the album!’
  • 94) ‘The reviews were far from good, and it is a flawed production, but still I thought a powerful one.’
  • 95) ‘But his review in Commentary is so good that I ordered the book on the strength of it.’
  • 96) ‘The results for individual schools in Bradford show some good success stories.’
  • 97) ‘TLM are committed to continuous efficiency gains and have a good record of success.’
  • 98) ‘Both these units have been successful and have received good reports from Ofsted.’
  • 99) ‘Mrs Bradley said she was confident of a good response to the proposals from parents.’
  • 100) ‘A good reputation acts as an antecedent for both employee and customer attitudes.’
  • 101) ‘We've also received generous amounts of fan mail so we are getting our fair share of good press.’
  • 102) ‘We had a fairly good reaction and it allowed us to get better gigs and travel a bit.’
  • 103) ‘What is really required is a good standard of health care delivered locally.’
  • 104) ‘A good standard of maths is also required as there is a high mathematical content to the course.’
  • 105) ‘The school was also commended for its good standard of care and guidance given to children.’
  • 106) ‘Once they see the processing plant here their eyes light up because the standard is so good.’
  • 107) ‘Taunton's College was found to have good teaching and learning standards across the board.’
  • 108) ‘Judges will be looking for tuneful singing and a good standard of musicianship.’
  • 109) ‘If there is a good standard of equipment then this will attract tourists to the park.’
  • 110) ‘It is part of the good governance that is required to ensure the security of the fiscal base.’
  • 111) ‘He knew that accurate observations required good instruments and he began to acquire them.’
  • 112) ‘I think the assumptions about what is required to be a good scientist need to be inspected closely.’
  • 113) ‘A good standard of motivational interviewing was provided throughout the study.’
  • 114) ‘People feel that communication has not been good enough, but in my view there is no magical solution to this.’
  • 115) ‘He can catch, he can dive, he can read the game, and his kicking is good enough to take the pressure off his defence.’
  • 116) ‘The general concern is that security at the centre concerned is not good enough and should be rectified.’
  • 117) ‘A good king ruled through and with the nobility, whose respect he had to win and maintain.’
  • 118) ‘He thinks the series stands up after three years, pointing out that the production values are good.’
  • 119) ‘However, Inspector Paul Switzer is confident the good work will continue in the sector.’
  • 120) ‘Under his command prominence was given to sharp news stories and good writing.’
  • 121) ‘They have one or two players that he might loan to us and if they are good enough we would welcome them into our team.’
  • 122) ‘The report said parents were most pleased that the school is managed well and teaching is good.’
  • 123) ‘But like a pair of trusty brown brogues, it served its master well and was good at what it did.’
  • 124) ‘The best thing about my quiz is that it genuinely measures how good at magic you are.’
  • 125) ‘Rev Palmer said she was extremely good at her job as a beauty therapist and was skilled as a masseur and in skin care.’
  • 126) ‘It is good at matching people, by expertise but also by philosophy and personality.’
  • 127) ‘But according to their coach, they are so good at sports that they do not need to train!’
  • 128) ‘The lads were really good with the children and the kids really loved it.’
  • 129) ‘He said it was possible these children would never be good at calculation.’
  • 130) ‘He's been good at everything he's turned his hand to because of his determination and ambition.’
  • 131) ‘She wasn't so good at concentrating, a situation largely attributable to her dyslexia.’
  • 132) ‘Teachers are usually quite good at spotting this kind of thing, as they spend every day with their class.’
  • 133) ‘Donald was also extraordinarily good with children and enjoyed their company.’
  • 134) ‘I've gotten quite good at screaming abuse at the TV screen on the rare occasions he pops up.’
  • 135) ‘You have to be good at talking to the public and even better at listening.’
  • 136) ‘As people are spending more time at work he added that it is important we enjoy the work we do and build on the skills that we are good at.’
  • 137) ‘I was never particularly good at anything but I had a lot of drive and ambition.’
  • 138) ‘It's always great to get a bargain, but I'm really not good at fighting for things in the sales.’
  • 139) ‘I have made the elementary mistake of being demonstrably rather good at my job.’
  • 140) ‘In my experience most kids are incredibly good at selecting what kind of books they're ready for.’
  • 141) ‘For a guy who has achieved so much at 26, he is incredibly good at dealing with the media and fans.’
  • 142) ‘I also had to keep in mind the possibility that I would be incredibly good at it.’
  • 143) ‘In good form on the PGA Tour this year, the American is in good shape for a strong finish on Sunday.’
  • 144) ‘For the sake of a couple of dollars' worth of eyedrops the whole village would have good eyesight.’
  • 145) ‘It was so flat that if you had good eyesight you could look into the far distance and see the back of your own head.’
  • 146) ‘I fall backward into good, strong hands and staring up into smiling, violet eyes.’
  • 147) ‘He had treatment on cataracts and wore glasses for reading but had good eyesight.’
  • 148) ‘Most people find that sort of thing difficult, but those with good eyesight will succeed.’
  • 149) ‘Advice on good posture may be beneficial, particularly for people who work at a desk or with computers.’
  • 150) ‘In the second half Windermere used their substitutes to good effect to produce two more goals.’
  • 151) ‘It's good for my fitness, and hopefully it will stand me in good stead when I get back to the club.’
  • 152) ‘The second period saw Brigg use the flanks to good effect and in the final quarter they ran away with the game.’
  • 153) ‘I can believe that there might be good effects were we to be less obsessed by qualifications.’
  • 154) ‘We are very grateful for it and the fact it was on the front page had a good effect.’
  • 155) ‘Federer returns to form, using the kick serve to good effect to take his first service game in three.’
  • 156) ‘He has served the equivalent of a 14 month sentence and it has had a good effect upon him.’
  • 157) ‘It is a deliberately powerful metaphor, which Attenborough uses to good effect.’
  • 158) ‘The bowlers have certainly used their time in county cricket to good effect.’
  • 159) ‘They will only succeed out here by listening, then applying the skills taught to good effect.’
  • 160) ‘Use that torque to good effect and it will amble along in the higher gears, barely sipping diesel.’
  • 161) ‘The deft script introduces a number of new characters economically and to good effect.’
  • 162) ‘He revised and tinkered with his early work repeatedly, not always to good effect.’
  • 163) ‘I've heard that if you simmer them in milk for quite a while the brew can have good effects.’
  • 164) ‘We know what's good for everyone else, and even if it hurts, it's because it's doing them good.’
  • 165) ‘If we claim that equality has value, we may only mean that it has good effects.’
  • 166) ‘She was a really nice older lady who seemed to have a good effect on the twins.’
  • 167) ‘A better tee shot from Tiger today as he uses an iron to good effect to get his third round under way.’
  • 168) ‘This he did to good effect, even if his tendency to go to ground too easily was irritating.’
  • 169) ‘I also never said that eating foods that are not good for our systems is a good thing.’
  • 170) ‘It took us about six months to develop a good code that we all understood.’
  • 171) ‘September is a good month to do some heavy digging, especially if you have clay soil.’
  • 172) ‘It is a good month to look around gardens, because June is a time of abundance.’
  • 173) ‘Employee of the month is a good example of how somebody can be both a winner and a loser at the same time.’
  • 174) ‘You wouldn't go down quickly in a fight and you're a big man, so you'd make a good standard to rally to.’
  • 175) ‘A good rule of thumb is that if you can lift the rock it is probably too small to be of value.’
  • 176) ‘A good rule of thumb is to smoke food for three to four times the brining time.’
  • 177) ‘A good rule of thumb for predicting the Next Big Thing is the length of the queue trying to see them.’
  • 178) ‘Thanks, I do have good shoes, from Run and Become, and they do make a huge difference.’
  • 179) ‘When walking in the mountains be sure to wear stout boots with a good grip.’
  • 180) ‘For daytime use take shorts, shirts and a good pair of deck shoes with white soles.’
  • 181) ‘Here, he may not always reach the high notes, but he oozes a relaxed confidence, and with good reason.’
  • 182) ‘But anyone who knew the man and his management style had good reason to feel confident.’
  • 183) ‘A number of good internet sites contain news on current events as well as background articles.’
  • 184) ‘This is a good survey of how a few breaking news stories were covered by the main services.’
  • 185) ‘Google is a good example of how successful you can be if you take the time to do it right.’
  • 186) ‘Language is a good reflection of culture, and a dictionary provides a snapshot of the language.’
  • 187) ‘Buying foreign shares can be a good way to avoid paying stamp duty altogether.’
  • 188) ‘History has shown that times of uncertainty have generally been good times to buy shares.’
  • 189) ‘There are good arguments for sharing her health data with the social care staff who look after her.’
  • 190) ‘Alray, who speaks good English and has worked as a translator, started the conversation.’
  • 191) ‘Hosts also needed to understand that the children may not speak good English.’
  • 192) ‘A lot of you have been asking about my background and the reason why my English is good.’
  • 193) ‘This would mean only people who write good English would be inclined to post.’
  • 194) ‘He leaned over the bar and spoke very, very slowly in perfectly good English with only a hint of an accent.’
  • 195) ‘He spoke good French, as he had graduated from a French school.’
  • 196) ‘She spoke good Chinese and was really kind and helpful and managed to explain to the police at the Bus Terminal what had happened.’
  • 197) ‘Yet what is said to be good in one religion may not be good in another religion.’
  • 198) ‘Merton, confused, answered, “I guess what I want is to be a good Catholic.”’
  • 199) ‘A good socialist would not have such aspirations.’
  • 200) ‘As long as you follow the rules of the monastery then they will respect you as a good monk.’
  • 201) ‘The Theatines wanted to show the local poor population of Rome how good priests should perform.’
  • 202) ‘Finally, everybody thinks that you are a good person by virtue of your job.’
  • 203) ‘In the case of the conjoined twins we saw two good moral traditions at work.’
  • 204) ‘He had, we must suppose, good moral reasons for seeking to pursue that course of action.’
  • 205) ‘It will be shared out among local good causes at the group's presentation day later this year.’
  • 206) ‘Sadly, in a lot of cases, parents are failing to bring up their children with good family and moral values.’
  • 207) ‘He has lost his business, his reputation, his good character, his savings and his career.’
  • 208) ‘This area is full of mostly good, decent people, but people are scared about these shootings.’
  • 209) ‘Shares of the proceeds of next year's Marriott Charity Ball await local good causes.’
  • 210) ‘All the money raised from the show goes to charities and good causes - mostly in Orkney.’
  • 211) ‘You know, the good guy has to wear a white hat and the bad guy has to twist his moustache.’
  • 212) ‘Was this wild display of conspicuous donation prompted by the desire to help the good causes involved?’
  • 213) ‘We would like to keep up the good work so please support the collections next weekend.’
  • 214) ‘Please continue to keep up the good work at the Wiltshire Times to highlight road safety issues.’
  • 215) ‘Initially the Bulls had attached themselves to every single good cause in the city.’
  • 216) ‘It is in the cupboard, and likely to stay there until the next good cause that requires a raffle prize donation.’
  • 217) ‘It would be great if it were used for a good purpose, like helping people with heart disease and the like.’
  • 218) ‘The shops have now become a constant source of income, vital to the charity's continued good work.’
  • 219) ‘Most refer to her good work and tireless energy but do not even touch on the range or depth of her activities.’
  • 220) ‘As well as helping a good cause buying this CD will give you hours of pleasure.’
  • 221) ‘This tells all young and old that a bad deed done in the name of a good cause is acceptable.’
  • 222) ‘A kind neighbour with a good word for all, Mae was highly thought of by all who knew her.’
  • 223) ‘Yet the Nevilles have been good to him, generous with their help and advice.’
  • 224) ‘Evelyn was a grand neighbour and kind friend and her good deeds were many over the years.’
  • 225) ‘They are always there for me and it is humbling to realise how good your real friends are to you.’
  • 226) ‘They also said the company had done a lot of good charity work in the area.’
  • 227) ‘The thing that pleases me most is that he is a good kid, willing to learn and not big-headed.’
  • 228) ‘Her kind nature was ever to the fore and she performed many good deeds in her own quiet manner.’
  • 229) ‘Success, beauty, and power in this world are the result of good acts in a previous life.’
  • 230) ‘Shouldn't we take advantage of these last hours to offer good deeds and obedience?’
  • 231) ‘She was with her daughter Regina and she sends good wishes to family and friends back home.’
  • 232) ‘For all of you may this be a peaceful time of rest and family with every good wish for 2005.’
  • 233) ‘She asked us to convey her good wishes to family and friends back home in Belmullet.’
  • 234) ‘My ambition now is to live as long and as happily as I can, and to be good to my family and friends.’
  • 235) ‘Anna was able to return Ken's good deeds to her family by giving him the medal and badges.’
  • 236) ‘A good deed brings a pleasant result and a bad deed brings an unpleasant result.’
  • 237) ‘To the good wishes already expressed by millions of her other fans, let me add my own.’
  • 238) ‘This section of the Code sets out basic rules of good practice that all clubs and individuals must observe.’
  • 239) ‘A Swindon primary school is needed to help research links between good behaviour and fish oils.’
  • 240) ‘Council solicitor John Emms has had to remind councillors of the importance of good behaviour.’
  • 241) ‘Perhaps if we could charge or reward for poor or good behaviour things would be easier.’
  • 242) ‘The programme will be designed to teach them about good behaviour and neighbourliness.’
  • 243) ‘The year five and six pupils were chosen on their good behaviour merits by teachers at the school.’
  • 244) ‘A Swindon school has found a new way to beat the truants and encourage good behaviour.’
  • 245) ‘Again the converse is true: if good behaviour is ignored or criticised it will not continue.’
  • 246) ‘This sanction worked better in securing good behaviour than the threat of flogging.’
  • 247) ‘Inspectors also praised the good behaviour of the pupils and their enthusiasm for learning.’
  • 248) ‘We are trying to have a code in school where we maintain good order and discipline.’
  • 249) ‘Every morning it gets harder and harder for me to wake up and go to class like a good little girl.’
  • 250) ‘They want to say my friend is a good mother and that her son has the rights most children don't have.’
  • 251) ‘It is very important to make sure that good students are welcomed and well regarded.’
  • 252) ‘There is no charge and all the good boys and girls get a treat after the stories are read.’
  • 253) ‘She's a good girl, but a little slow at times, and sometimes needs a guiding hand.’
  • 254) ‘For its part, the tourist board shares examples of good practice with its commercial members.’
  • 255) ‘The school will work with others to share expertise and develop good practice.’
  • 256) ‘I don't think it is wrong, or a waste of time, to point out the virtue of manners and good behaviour.’
  • 257) ‘The good lady had not realised it was all part of a European Union ruling.’
  • 258) ‘One day last week my good lady asked me to pick her up from the office at lunchtime, which I did.’
  • 259) ‘However, if this is true, then who could be better than your good self to emerge victorious from all of this?’
  • 260) ‘Look out for my good self and other infamous bloggers talking out Christmas in Web User magazine.’
  • 261) ‘He doesn't look any worse for it, but we assure the good lady that we'll go easy on her man.’
  • 262) ‘We would be absolutely delighted to receive written submissions from your good selves.’
  • 263) ‘The good lady went on to say that deeply disappointed was too mild in fact she was livid.’
  • 264) ‘Can I say right at the outset that we have made the report available to your good self.’
  • 265) ‘The good lady will be getting up any minute and she'll be sure to tell me what I said or did.’
  • 266) ‘The offending article and my good self were relegated to the sin bin for a very long time.’
  • 267) ‘No, all the thanks which is due is from us to your good self, and that is on behalf of all three of us.’
  • 268) ‘Get dressed up, take your good lady out for a romantic meal and try to speak honestly about how you both feel.’
  • 269) ‘We tackled one hundred and one topics this week that seemed to spark off interest with your good selves.’
  • 270) ‘Paul Allaerts peeps on his silver whistle and signals my good self over to the kettle.’
  • 271) ‘However, the good lady would be able to take comfort in the great local food she would no doubt find on offer.’
  • 272) ‘Eric, a thoroughly good chap from the other side of the pond, has directed a question at me.’
  • 273) ‘You know how it takes a long, long time to build a good reputation and the flick of an eyelid to lose it?’
  • 274) ‘Kenneth had acquired a good reputation in the area, and was asked to take on the role, to which he agreed.’
  • 275) ‘Finally she was forced to pay damages to the women whose good names had been dragged through the mud.’
  • 276) ‘Being charged in this investigation has affected him greatly and his good name has been slurred.’
  • 277) ‘I'd say that one major thing that has changed is that a man's living no longer depends on his good name.’
  • 278) ‘The business has a good name and the customers like it because we do all our framing upstairs on the premises.’
  • 279) ‘It was pretentious, and manipulative and was trying to give psychotics a good name.’
  • 280) ‘They will be defending their good names to the utmost, and if that means legal action then so be it.’
  • 281) ‘Littlewoods has been around for some time and it has good credentials and a good brand name.’
  • 282) ‘The Lord Mayor of York may think that a refusal to sign damages the good name of the city.’
  • 283) ‘The character suited me well so it created a lot of work and gave me a good name in the industry.’
  • 284) ‘So it's for their benefit, as well as the good name of their town, that they buy a licence today.’
  • 285) ‘They wanted to protect their good name and give Phillips all the help they needed.’
  • 286) ‘For a school that works so hard to keep up its good name to be let down by a few is really quite sad.’
  • 287) ‘It is just the kind of attention to detail that in the past has earned Regia its good name.’
  • 288) ‘One had to have a good name for conduct and the ability to work hard to join this team.’
  • 289) ‘Hopefully people will benefit a few years down the line if English managers get a good name.’
  • 290) ‘He comes from a good family with caring parents and lives in a nice part of York.’
  • 291) ‘Men, women and children will enjoy all the good things that come from the beautiful game.’
  • 292) ‘It is a powerful antidote to despair in bad times and an enhancer of pleasure in good times.’
  • 293) ‘So, a good end to a good week and an enjoyable first three days in a brand new job.’
  • 294) ‘The research indicates that men are most drawn to your desire to live the good life.’
  • 295) ‘I expect a good welcome back because I was always on friendly terms with the fans.’
  • 296) ‘Everyone is welcome to attend and a night of fun and good entertainment is guaranteed.’
  • 297) ‘When she left the company we were all very pleased, and it became a good place to work again.’
  • 298) ‘good results on the football field are required also, but good vibes are the first essential.’
  • 299) ‘The magic acts proved a good entertainment for the children who came to the festival.’
  • 300) ‘After nine months of living the good life at home in Split, that would simply be too great a mountain to climb.’
  • 301) ‘We've been stuck in rehearsals for six months so it's good to get out and do it live again.’
  • 302) ‘I have long held that sleeping and lying abed are the principal foundations for the good life.’
  • 303) ‘Along the way we see some occasional impulse in him to live a good life, a fulfilling life.’
  • 304) ‘It may be inanimate and made from pine, but it has shared so many good times with me.’
  • 305) ‘They are also likely to have a small, close set of friends with whom they share good times.’
  • 306) ‘Dogs help us over the rough spots in life, just as they are always there to share in the good times.’
  • 307) ‘Freddie McLeod is back, and he brings with him a reputation for being a decent man and good company.’
  • 308) ‘I tried to watch it once after having many friends tell me how good it was.’
  • 309) ‘I had a good Christmas with my friends and then it was back to training again.’
  • 310) ‘It was good to get a proper run out and this was my first full game so that counts as my true debut.’
  • 311) ‘As a young man his good looks attracted the starlets and the bright lights of Hollywood.’
  • 312) ‘In every species, it is the male that dresses up and looks good to attract the females.’
  • 313) ‘In my view, there are a few rules to looking good - not that I always follow them, of course.’
  • 314) ‘And, especially to the ghoulish, he does look surprisingly good.’
  • 315) ‘However, this band are clearly driven by something other than a desire to look good on the fashion pages.’
  • 316) ‘He's blessed with rugged good looks, a successful career on television and he can cook too.’
  • 317) ‘Mardar is a motorcycle courier, popular with the girls for his brooding good looks.’
  • 318) ‘Her good looks are shared by her family, as descriptions and numerous photos bear testimony.’
  • 319) ‘Creating the right emotional sensation is about more than having nice teeth and a good hair cut.’
  • 320) ‘I always thought that he wasn't buying all those expensive suits just to look good in the mirror.’
  • 321) ‘The knack to making these jackets look good is to ignore the way they were worn on the catwalk.’
  • 322) ‘Achieving a good result has much to do with emphasising a person's good features.’
  • 323) ‘Inevitably, with an actor of his dark good looks, there is a love story at the heart of the film.’
  • 324) ‘That she was petrified his extremely good looks would bowl over too many other, better girls.’
  • 325) ‘And yeah, it does look quite good, but I have no idea whether we've assembled it safely.’
  • 326) ‘Susan Deacon is wearing her good suit, which is purple. but it's not for my benefit.’
  • 327) ‘He packed his shirt, good trousers and bow tie in his satchel and as he did so, he whistled White Christmas.’
  • 328) ‘So I chucked most of them out, saving a few good shoes to give to someone with a smaller kid.’
  • 329) ‘He brushed the dirt off his coat cursing the whole evening, mainly for the damage it had done to his good coat.’
  • 330) ‘The only things apart from books that I readily spend money on are good clothes and travel.’
  • 331) ‘Besides, the girl needed to have a good cry, a thorough, good, hard and long cry.’
  • 332) ‘He invited many a look of surprise on days when he parked the plane on the front lawn so he could give the garage a good spring clean.’
  • 333) ‘Then he gave himself a good shake, and set to the task of a good clean and groom.’
  • 334) ‘Users of the men's toilet said it was smelly and needed a new floor and a good steam clean.’
  • 335) ‘He agreed that some of the trains look shabby even after a good clean because many of them are about forty years old.’
  • 336) ‘It's an opportunity for people to give themselves a good spring clean and try something new!’
  • 337) ‘Draw back the curtains and drapes and give all those windows a good clean both inside and out.’
  • 338) ‘Forty one per cent of people admit to being surface cleaners, never doing a good old clean.’
  • 339) ‘If conditions are dry enough, lawns will benefit from a good raking to remove thatch and moss.’
  • 340) ‘Again, reach for the hose and give them a good soaking followed by a generous layer of mulch.’
  • 341) ‘It was way too long for its own good and could have used some good cutting.’
  • 342) ‘I think the accusations against him on this kind of thing go back a good ten years at least.’
  • 343) ‘James goodwin was at least a good three inches shorter AND was half his size when it came to body weight.’
  • 344) ‘However, used-car buyers should rejoice in the fact that they at least tried for a good few years.’
  • 345) ‘The tide was in, and the breakers were a good twenty to thirty feet high when they hit the harbour wall.’
  • 346) ‘A good twenty or so Patriots remained standing and, for the most part, uninjured.’
  • 347) ‘As he had a good four inches and twenty pounds on both of us, we didn't really have a choice about following.’
  • 348) ‘I joined the queue about 15 cars behind him, so it took a good twenty minutes to get past.’
  • 349) ‘I checked my watch as subtly as I could and decided there was a good twenty minutes to go.’
  • 350) ‘I listened, and could hear him walk a good twenty paces down a concrete corridor.’
  • 351) ‘This apparently simple problem has taken me a good four months to resolve since you first contacted me in May.’
  • 352) ‘The Beast had been busy arguing that it needed a good six months more to mount a proper, lingering defence.’
  • 353) ‘I spent a good hour doing a thorough search of my flat, but there was no sign of the damn thing.’
  • 354) ‘I had to spend a good hour or so cleaning out the new contacts, but it was a start.’
  • 355) ‘It lasted for a good ten seconds and sounded like a motorbike going down the road outside.’
  • 356) ‘He let me move in with him and his wife, and he and I spent a good eight months working on my demo.’
  • 357) ‘So, this scientist then spent a good few months examining the genetics of these lambs.’
  • 358) ‘Quarry, meanwhile, has had a good few months to ponder his decision to make this his final season.’
  • 359) ‘Plus they have plenty of time to revolt as the plans are a good 18 months off being implemented.’
  • 360) ‘The confit keeps for a good two months in the fridge, and the syrup can then be used in fruit salads.’
  • 361) ‘I have cooked and presided over a good many family meals myself since those days.’
  • 362) ‘This is fed by conventions used in a good many American mainstream films in particular.’
  • 363) ‘She chose an old white dress she hadn't worn in a good many years, so no one would recognize it.’
  • 364) ‘Dance in and out, start with a good strong jab and then follow with the power right.’
  • 365) ‘A good sharp sound effect can heighten a surprise and make you jump out of your seat.’
  • 366) ‘First, a piece of paper landed on my desk extolling the virtues of good old-fashioned baking.’
  • 367) ‘Not good solid rain at all, just the insidious kind that leaches the warmth out of your bones and drags you down.’
  • 368) ‘Heat the olive oil and gently cook the onions in a good solid saucepan for five minutes.’
  • 369) ‘I think punk is the only music that really has a good, solid base under the mainstream.’
  • 370) ‘He is a good solid player, a big lad who is quick and understands the game.’
  • 371) ‘We are seeing good solid achievements and more than we could have hoped for two years ago.’
  • 372) ‘We have a good solid formation and it's going to be hard for them to break our defence down.’
  • 373) ‘There was a also good lively discussion in relation to the enrolment of new members.’
  • 374) ‘The referee had very little to do as both teams played a good clean game.’
  • 375) ‘It will give a good clean outline to the pencil, and help to hold the lip colour in place.’
  • 376) ‘So for the rest of the lap I was a bit cautious and concentrated on a good clean lap and getting on the front row.’
  • 377) ‘David then had a good clean run on the fourth stage and came out of the stage with a ten second lead in the rally.’
  • 378) ‘Their chances of survival will be greater if they get a good nutritious meal at least once a day.’
  • 379) ‘I walk to the diner car and get one when I'm good and ready for it.’
  • 380) ‘The graphics are good and clean, but they are not stunning by any means.’
  • 381) ‘He was good and drunk by midnight, stumbling around the house, talking and laughing with everyone.’
  • 382) ‘This weekend is shaping as a very good game and it should be played in front of a good size crowd.’
  • 383) ‘The goal spurred the home side on, and cheered by a good sized crowd they looked the more likely to score.’
  • 384) ‘The rooms in The Moorings are generous and bright, while the back garden is a good size.’
  • 385) ‘It was a good size with a thin crust and was, as you would expect from an Italian restaurant, freshly baked.’
  • 386) ‘There were four of them, all a good size, and you could see how they would easily suffice two people sharing.’
  • 387) ‘The crowd that assembled at it had a great time and raised a good amount for the Sudan Appeal.’
  • 388) ‘The irony is that I am willing to stand up and say that and take a good amount of criticism for it.’
  • 389) ‘This is a very rewarding job but one that does demand a good amount of your free time.’
  • 390) ‘Most jobs that will earn you a good amount of money involve a fair bit of training.’
  • 391) ‘The owners had put an extension on the back, so the dining room and kitchen were good sizes.’
  • 392) ‘I do pay the authority a good amount per year in services and other charges.’
  • 393) ‘Enough for at least two people, all the chips were of a good size, without being wedge-like.’
  • 394) ‘The rooms are all of a good size, sensibly laid out and have first class furniture.’
  • 395) ‘God, that boy owes me big time, since I probably had a good amount of homework to do in other subjects.’
  • 396) ‘The curried prawns were of a good size, but were done in Thai style with the shells left on.’
  • 397) ‘A club can get a fairly good audience even if it's featuring music in a very limited genre range.’
  • 398) ‘He poured clumsily, spilling a good amount of claret as the carriage bumped along.’
  • 399) ‘Make sure it is pressed well into the sides and leave a good amount hanging over the top edge.’
  • 400) ‘The fields were a good size, with plenty of familiar names both riding and training.’
  • 401) ‘There was a good size patch in the back right hand corner for a vegetable garden.’
  • 402) ‘This single ride ticket is good for travel on August 10th only.’
  • 403) ‘Your ticket is good for travel on all trams, trains or buses.’
  • 404) ‘They always seemed good for a laugh and one couldn't help feel quite protective of them.’
  • 405) ‘good Lord, the battery is dead.’
  • 406) ‘The clean contrasts of the Manichean universe are what we respond to: good versus evil.’
  • 407) ‘None of us would ever wish the evil that has been done to our country, yet we have learned that out of evil can come great good.’
  • 408) ‘Total good should outweigh total evil, it should be a last resort and must have the final aim of peace.’
  • 409) ‘However, we can all help to maintain the status quo of good versus evil in the world.’
  • 410) ‘Evil and good are two sides of the same coin, just as death and life, sorrow and joy.’
  • 411) ‘Some good may come of evil if the international criminal court comes into being sooner.’
  • 412) ‘That greater good can best be measured in terms of economic indicators and territorial extent.’
  • 413) ‘It was also a society with much evil alongside much good, and Melanie gives us the evil in full measure.’
  • 414) ‘It is also in the spirit of mankind to seek the good from the evil and vice-versa.’
  • 415) ‘You may think he's a bit of a prat, but at least he's an honest prat who thinks he can do some good.’
  • 416) ‘Thus the problem of evil is said to be solved by showing that evil actually conduces to greater good.’
  • 417) ‘She knew from his birth he had within him the power of great good, or of great evil.’
  • 418) ‘A world in which this is possible can only be a world in which there is much evil as well as great good.’
  • 419) ‘In the old days, we used to prefer the wider good over personal convenience.’
  • 420) ‘The only limitation on the host state is that its controls be in the interest of the general good.’
  • 421) ‘Has the world's common good been served?’
  • 422) ‘I vote for the person who can promote the common good of our society.’
  • 423) ‘It is fiscal nonsense not to reap the benefits for the good of their own members.’
  • 424) ‘The benefits of watching wild animals outweigh any good that might come from killing them.’
  • 425) ‘It doesn't appear that the mass membership suggested by your article is doing the service much good.’
  • 426) ‘It was seen to put the good of the sport above personal advantage and did so quickly.’
  • 427) ‘We can do much better, and for the good of the service we certainly ought to.’
  • 428) ‘In your mind's eye, visualize a person you love, one who has done good for you, or for whom you have done good.’
  • 429) ‘I assure you that the decision I made was for the good of mankind.’
  • 430) ‘He believed that one should not profit from something important for the good of mankind.’
  • 431) ‘This technique does seem to work pretty good for me, a little too good sometimes, I think.’
  • 432) ‘Now you know I can't sleep very good in a big bed like that.’
  • 433) ‘Whatever the hell they do with their instruments, it seems to work pretty damn good.’
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