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good word

1. A friendly, amiable, and positive regard for someone or something. He was my favorite professor, always a smile on his face and a good word for everybody. I don't understand why she stays in the same job if she never has a good word to say about it.
2. Positive or favorable information. I just got the good word from the realtor—we got the house!
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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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Bader Othman Malallah, lauded cooperation with the Good Word Society to implement the distinguished initiative aimed at serving Bahraini youth, praising HH Shaikh Isa bin Ali's patronage of the initiative.
So this is a call to the so-called professional preachers of the Good news, good word, to imitate Pope Francis by becoming Twiplomats.
Thank you very much to them and thank you to the Good Word Society and Sheikh Issa for this honour."
KHCB has chosen the Good Word Society to oversee the project.
I was wondering if you guys could put in a good word for me for a sponsorship.
As I said, words were going to be my topic this week, but a week after I wrote about Obama's familiar phrases, and long after it first appeared in the media, people were suddenly in a tizzy (another good word) about Barack cutting and pasting into his deeply moving speeches.
Proper music lovers just don't seem to have a good word to say about her, but I do ...
It is understandable you feel daunted at the prospect of "Mummy putting in a good word" type comments but no matter how you got the job, your performance will be based on merit alone.
Bewildered is a good word to describe one's immediate reaction to the slender new book by Arkansas history professor Preston Jones, Is Belief In God Good, Bad or Irrelevant?
As pope, he set a new high standard in diplomacy, openness, and outreach; he was the first pope to set foot in a synagogue or a monastery, and traveled the globe--in his own words, he wished to be like Paul the Apostle, always on the move spreading the Good Word. The crisp color art vibrantly illustrates the true story of a remarkable religious leader; The Life of Pope John Paul II...
BIR Nonferrous Division President Marc Natan of France's GDE Non-Ferreux--ECORE put in a good word for hedging as a way for nonferrous dealers to help protect themselves in the volatile market.
The Mexicans call their ear-cracking fireworks bombas, a good word for those wads of gunpowder and toy motors stuffed into toilet paper rolls taped to the end of long reeds.
Crewe have been tracking the 18-goal hitman - nicknamed Pistol Pete - for weeks and Jones, a fans' favourite at Gresty Road, says: "I'll be happy to put in a good word."
The payoff--a loyal customer base spreading the good word about your company and growing by leaps and bounds--will be applauded by shareholders for many years to come.