good and something

good and (something)

A phrase used as an intensifier for the adjective that follows "and." Stop pressuring me—I'll leave when I'm good and ready!
See also: and, good
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good and —

used as an intensifier before an adjective or adverb. informal
1998 Barbara Kingsolver The Poisonwood Bible As soon as I had her good and terrified I'd slip away.
See also: and, good
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good and something

mod. thoroughly something. (Where something is an adjective.) I am really good and mad at you for that.
See also: and, good, something
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