Something attractive or delectable, especially something sweet to eat.(noun)
Archaic A goodwife.(noun)
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Use "goody" in a sentence
"And when she remembered how _glad_ she'd been to see the first snow, how she and little Mark had run to the window to see the first flakes, and had hollered, Oh goody, _goody!"
"Go to Source Watch and what I call the goody bag of corporate research."
"Ronnie Campbell, a north-eastern MP, was most disobliging about Branson, whom he described as a "goody two-shoes" who might very well ditch the north-east and move the operation to London, or even offshore."