for good

  1. for a long time without essential change
    he is permanently disabled
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How To Use for good In A Sentence

  • Closing date for enrolment forms was on Tuesday March 1st, 2005 for Good Counsel Girls School.
  • Katherine and Kyla ferreted around the racks looking for good clothes.
  • We instead identified sport as a great power for good and how the Olympic rings could be a driver to help to reconnect young people with sport. Times, Sunday Times
  • The ferocious battle for good schools and good universities is so expensive and emotionally draining that no parent would want to endure it twice. Times, Sunday Times
  • Just three per cent had kicked the habit for good. The Sun
  • He grabbed the points race lead for good in late April and virtually never looked back.
  • For good reasons, developing nations reject cap-and-trade solutions, in part because it is impossible to define comparable cap-and-trade policies for radically differing economies in a fair manner; emission taxes would be much more commensurable between different economies. The Advantages of an Emissions Tax
  • His uncles played for Belvedere and, from his first arrival, he seemed destined for good things.
  • She has shown that hurtful comments can be turned into a force for good. The Sun
  • So for goodness' sake say something, or a potentially good relationship could just slip away. The Sun
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