Goodness in a sentence as a noun

Thank goodness Apple is scrutinizing all these apps.

This was not some trade that everyone saw the chance to make and just passed on it out of the goodness of their hearts.

I have raved on here about my Vaio Z, portable "workstation" power in 3 pounds of 13" goodness.

Most companies are not going to give you these benefits out of the goodness of their heart in today's environment.

I'm skimming a lot more or actually skipping the comments altogether because I don't want to read them all to find the goodness.

They should have some responsibility to protect all that personal goodness they seem oh so willing to demand of you.

" Fundamentally they didn't have any way to judge or evaluate the 'goodness' of what someone did if it wasn't writing code.

Thank goodness for a little government regulation and that created competition.

There were mp3 encodings of old wax cylinders uploaded for goodness sakes.- The discovery on Napster was non-existent.

"That experiment deals with ability to disobey authority, not with the basic goodness of the people performing the actions.

Goodness definitions


that which is pleasing or valuable or useful; "weigh the good against the bad"; "among the highest goods of all are happiness and self-realization"

See also: good


moral excellence or admirableness; "there is much good to be found in people"

See also: good