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good word

1. A favorable comment: She put in a good word for me.
2. Favorable news.
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Coaches have many opportunities through interviews, shows, and speeches to put in a good word for the sport and the profession, and should try to improve the game's image by saying positive things.
It's the true story of John Groberg who, at 19, treks to the remote jungle Island of Tonga to spread the good word.
The secretary was so impressed, she asked the man if she could put in a good word about him to his supervisor.
If that's the case, timidity might be a good word to identify both our culture and its art, including our art institutions.
Hamic always had a good word for everyone and about everything.
A total of 864 brides and grooms have so far tied the knot over the past five mass weddings, hosted by Good Word Society.
Words With Friends Everyone loves a good word game, and this cracking app is the best on the store.
How about, the man is so self-centred, egotistical and you rarely hear anyone in racing say a good word about the guy.
While I am happy to remember the fact that someone never maligned someone else, I am even happier when a family tell me that their loved one "always had a good word to say about others.
Two all weather cards and there's a good word for HAWKIT in the 2.
SO BAGHEAD CONTINUES HIS JOURNEY TO SPREAD THE GOOD WORD OF PURE SKATING, AND TO STOP ALL THE MALL LOVING POSERS.
I have often thought that the reason no one has yet been able to come up with a good word to describe the homosexualist (sometimes known as gay, fag, queer, etc.
So almost imperceptibly the mainstream media began to interlard (a good word, by the way) hot features into their real news.
With is sometimes a good word to end a sentence with.
Manama, May 25 (BNA): A batch of 90 brides and grooms will tie the knot on May 27 as part of the 6th annual mass wedding that will be organised by the Good Word Society.