Goodly in a sentence as an adjective

\n How many goodly creatures are there here!

By goodly portion, I mean 50+%.We've talked about it at length.

It would be a good start, simple to explain, and **** off a goodly chunk of the trolls.

We couldn't trust Google's name policy not to screw a goodly chunk of our students.

He says that a goodly portion of his drug-related cases begin with traffic stops.

I've heard a goodly number of arguments for why that is, but none has managed to convince me; perhaps you'll be the first!

You probably aren't going to get charged 100% of the employee's unemployment, but you get charged a goodly chunk.

But it's still true that there's a goodly distance from "we can generate a collision" to we can use that to attack a CBA system in real life.

I watch a goodly percentage of my content through Netflix instant, and I actively avoid the Starz provided content.

But good programmers, like good chefs or good writers, will nevertheless spend a goodly amount of money and effort ensuring they have the highest quality tools they feel they need.

As much as I dislike actually using the Mac interface, I have to admit that Apple have kept it highly consistent for the 11 years of OS X. Yes, we can eventually get over it, but big changes should happen very infrequently, and then be left alone for a goodly while.

Further stories claimed RAF pilots were being fed goodly amounts of this root vegetable to foster similar abilities in them...."That's an interesting form of disinformation.

>However, for the first dish we had a goodly porker, with a garland upon him, and puddings, goose giblets, lamb-stones, sweetbreads, and gizzards round him; there were also beets and houshold-bread of his own baking, for himself, which I would rather have than white; it makes a man strong, and I never complain of what I like.

Goodly definitions


large in amount or extent or degree; "it cost a considerable amount"; "a goodly amount"; "received a hefty bonus"; "a respectable sum"; "a tidy sum of money"; "a sizable fortune"

See also: goodish healthy hefty respectable sizable sizeable tidy