Etymology
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goodly (adj.)

Old English godlic "excellent; comely fair;" see good (n.) + -ly (1). From c. 1200 as "considerable in size or number." Similar formation in Old Frisian godlik, Old High German guotlih, Old Norse godhligr. Related: Goodliness.

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Definitions of goodly

goodly (adj.)
large in amount or extent or degree;
a goodly amount
Synonyms: goodish / healthy / hefty / respectable / sizable / sizeable / tidy
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