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Treu und Glauben des Absenders
the good faith of the consignor
treu, ergeben
loyal
Entschluss {m}, Beschluss {m}
Entschlüsse {pl}
sich zu einem Entschluss durchringen
spontaner Entschluss
seinem Entschluss treu bleiben
decision
decisions
to force oneself to take a decision
off-the-cuff decision, spur-of-the-moment decision
to stick to (by) one's decision
Treue {f}
eheliche Treue {f}
eheliche Treue {f}
in Treu und Glauben
jdm. die Treue brechen
jdm. die Treue halten
jdm. die Treue schwören
loyalty, faithfulness, fidelity
conjugal faith
faithfulness in marriage, being faithful to one's husband or wife, fidelity
in good faith
to break faith to sb.
to keep faith with sb.
to swear fidelity to sb.
bleiben, weitermachen, fortfahren {vi}
bleibend, weitermachend, fortfahrend
geblieben, weitergemacht, fortgefahren
gelassen bleiben
gesund bleiben
geistig rege bleiben
Bleib wie du bist!, Bleib dir treu!
to keep {kept, kept}
keeping
kept
to keep calm, to keep cool
to keep well and fit
to keep one's mind alive
Keep it real!
festhalten an, treu bleiben, fest bleiben {vi}
festhaltend an, treu bleibend, fest bleibend
festgehalten an, treu geblieben, fest geblieben
to abide by {abode, abided, abode, abided}, to stick with {stuck, stuck}
abiding by, sticking with
abided by, abode by, stuck with
treu, ergeben {adj}
treuer
am treuesten
jdm. treu bleiben
faithful (to)
more faithful
most faithful
to be faithful to sb.
treu, treugesinnt {adj}
loyal (to)
treu, ergeben, aufrichtig, anhänglich {adj}
jdm. treu ergeben sein, sehr an jdm. hängen
Er liebt seine Frau innig.
Sie geht in ihrer Arbeit völlig auf.
devoted (to)
to be devoted to sb.
He is very devoted to his wife.
She is very devoted to her work.
treu, ergeben, innig {adv}
devotedly
treu, getreu {adj}
stalwart
sich (seinen Grundsätzen) treu bleiben
to remain true to oneself (one's principles)
treu {adv}
faithfully, loyally
treu und brav {adv}
faithfully
treu {adv}
abidingly
treu, getreu {adj}
treuer, getreuer
am treuesten, am getreuesten
trusty
trustier
trustiest
treu geblieben
uncompromised
treu sorgend, treusorgend [alt] {adj}
devoted
treu, treulich {adv}
faithfully
treu liebend, treu ergeben {adj}
uxorious
untreu, nicht treu {adj}
unfaithful
Er hat seiner Firma treu gedient.
He served his company well.
treu
abidingly
sinngetreu, treu
faithful
treu
faithful
treu
faithfully
treu
loyal
treu
loyally
treu
steadfastly
treu
trusty
Einhaltung {f}; Einhalten {n}; Beachtung {f}; Beachten {n}; Befolgung {f}; Befolgen {n}; Erfüllung {f} (von etw.); Konformität {f} (mit etw.)
unter Einhaltung von etw.; unter Beachtung von etw.; in Entsprechung {+Gen}; entsprechend {+Dat} (vor- oder nachgestellt); -konform; -gemäß; -treu
mangelhafte Erfüllung
Einhaltung Befolgung des Gesetzes; Gesetzeskonformität {f}; Gesetzestreue {f}
Einhaltung der Handelsvorschriften
Einhaltung anderweitiger Verpflichtungen
Erfüllung einer Bedingung
(hohe) Therapietreue [med.]
weisungsgemäß
die Einhaltung der Vorschriften gewährleisten
Dem Wunsch seiner sterbenden Mutter entsprechend wurde er Katholik.
In Entsprechung eines Gerichtsurteils hat die Firma ihre Geschäftstätigkeit eingestellt.
Sie agierten nicht ganz regelkonform.; Sie hielten sich nicht genau an die Regeln.
compliance (with sth.)
in compliance with sth.
defective compliance
compliance with the law
trade compliance
cross-compliance
compliance with a condition
(good) compliance concordance with treatment; (good) adherence to treatment
in compliance with instructions
to ensure secure enforce compliance with the rules
He became a Catholic in compliance with his mother's dying wish.
In compliance with a court order the company has ceased operations.
They were not in full compliance with the rules.
Entschluss {m} (von jdm.)
Entschlüsse {pl}
schneller Entschluss
einen Entschluss fassen
sich zu einem Entschluss durchringen
spontaner Entschluss
seinem Entschluss treu bleiben
decision (of sb.)
decisions
snap decision
to take a decision
to force oneself to take a decision
off-the-cuff decision; spur-of-the-moment decision
to stick to (by) one's decision
Treu und Glauben [jur.]
gegen Treu und Glauben verstoßen
Verstoß gegen Treu und Glauben
gegen Treu und Glauben verstoßend
unredliches Verhalten
good faith; bona fide
to contravene the principles of good faith
unconscionability [Am.]
unconscionable [Am.]
lack of good faith
bleiben; weitermachen; fortfahren {vi}
bleibend; weitermachend; fortfahrend
geblieben; weitergemacht; fortgefahren
gelassen bleiben
gesund bleiben
geistig rege bleiben
Bleib wie du bist!; Bleib dir treu!
to keep {kept; kept}
keeping
kept
to keep calm; to keep cool
to keep well and fit
to keep one's mind alive
Keep it real!
an etw. festhalten; einer Sache treu bleiben; fest zu einer Sache stehen {vi}
an festhaltend; einer Sache treu bleibend; fest zu einer Sache stehend
an festgehalten; einer Sache treu geblieben; fest zu einer Sache gestanden
am ursprünglichen Termin festhalten
seinem Entschluss treu bleiben
Er ist sich (selbst) immer treu geblieben.
to stick to by sth. {stuck; stuck}; to cling to sth. {clung; clung}
sticking to by; clinging to
stuck to by; clung to
to stick to the original date
to stick to one's decision
He has always stuck to his principles.
festhalten an; treu bleiben; fest bleiben {vi}
festhaltend an; treu bleibend; fest bleibend
festgehalten an; treu geblieben; fest geblieben
to abide by {abode; abode}; to stick with {stuck; stuck}
abiding by; sticking with
abode by; stuck with
gutgläubig {adj}; in gutem Glauben; nach Treu und Glauben (nachgestellt) [jur.]
gutgläubiger Besitzer
gutgläubiger Dritter
gutgläubiger Erwerber Käufer
gutgläubiger Erwerb; Ankauf in gutem Glauben
gutgläubiger Erwerb vom Nichtberechtigten
gutgläubig-lastenfreier Erwerb
Eigentumserwerb in gutem Glauben
gutgläubiger Erwerb bei Grundstücksrechten
Rechte gutgläubiger Dritter
bona fide bonafide; innocent; in good faith (postpositive)
bonafide holder; holder in good faith
innocent third party
bonafide innocent purchaser; transferee in good faith; purchaser for value without notice; bonafide purchaser for value [Br.]
bonafide purchase; acquisition in good faith
bonafide acquisition from a person having a defective title
good faith acquisition of personal property free from encumbrances
acquisition of title in good faith
bonafide acquisition of right to land [Br.] real property [Am.]
rights of third parties acting in good faith
treu; ergeben {adj}
treuer
am treuesten
jdm. treu bleiben
faithful (to)
more faithful
most faithful
to be faithful to sb.
treu; treugesinnt {adj}
loyal (to)
treu; ergeben; aufrichtig; anhänglich {adj}
sehr an jdm. hängen
jdm. treu ergeben sein
Er liebt seine Frau innig.
Sie geht in ihrer Arbeit völlig auf.
devoted (to)
to be devoted to sb.
to be loyally devoted to sb.
He is very devoted to his wife.
She is very devoted to her work.
treu; ergeben; innig {adv}
devotedly
treu; getreu {adj}
stalwart
treu {adv}
faithfully; loyally
treu; getreu {adj} (langjährig)
treuer; getreuer
am treuesten; am getreuesten
altgedient [humor.]
Ich reise mit meinem altgedienten Fotoapparat.
trusty
trustier
trustiest
trusty old
I am touring with my trusty old camera.
treu sorgend; treusorgend [alt] {adj}
devoted
treu; treulich {adv}
faithfully
(seiner Frau) treu ergebener; liebender {adj}
uxorious
unredlich; bösgläubig {adj}; wider Treu und Glauben [jur.]
etw. unredlich erwerben
bösgläubiger Besitzer
dishonestly; in bad faith; mala fide
to acquire sth. in bad faith
holder in bad faith
untreu; nicht treu {adj}
unfaithful
treu {adj}; loyal {adj}
true-blue {adj} [coll.]
treubrüchig, untreu {adj}
treubrüchiger
am treubrüchigsten
disloyal
more disloyal
most disloyal
treubruechig, untreu
disloyal
treubrüchig; untreu {adj}
treubrüchiger
am treubrüchigsten
disloyal
more disloyal
most disloyal
treubruechigere
more disloyal
treubruechigste
most disloyal
Ehrlichkeit, Treue
fidelity
Ergebenheit, Treue, Loyalität
loyalty
Treue
faithfulness
Treue {f}, Treuegelöbnis {n}
troth
jdn. hintergehen, jdm. die Treue brechen, jdn. betrügen
to betray sb.
ewige Treue schwören
to pledge one's troth
Treue
fidelity
Treue
loyalty
Treue
troth
Treue, trottet
troth
Treue {f}
eheliche Treue {f}
eheliche Treue {f}
jdm. die Treue brechen
jdm. die Treue halten
jdm. die Treue schwören
loyalty; faithfulness; fidelity
conjugal faith
faithfulness in marriage; being faithful to one's husband or wife; fidelity
to break faith to sb.
to keep faith with sb.
to swear fidelity to sb.
Treue {f}; Treuegelöbnis {n}
troth
bedingungslos; uneingeschränkt; blind {adj}
blinder Gehorsam
bedingungslose Treue
unquestioning
unquestioning obedience
unquestioning loyalty
ehelich {adj}; Ehe...
eheliche Beziehungen
eheliches Leben
eheliche Pflichten
Eheprobleme {pl}
eheliche Rechte
eheliche Treue
eheliches Verhalten
ehelicher Verkehr
eheliches Vermögen
ehelicher Wohnsitz
matrimonial; conjugal; connubial [poet.]; marital
marital relations
married life; conjugal life
matrimonial conjugal marital duties
marital problems
conjugal rights; marital rights
conjugal fidelity
matrimonial conduct
marital intercourse
matrimonial property; matrimonial assets
matrimonial residence; matrimonial domicile
Treueprämie {f}; Treuebonus {m} (für Arbeitsleistungen)
fidelity bonus
Treuebruch {m}
Treuebrüche {pl}
breach of fidelity
breaches of fidelity
Treuebruch
betrayals
Treuebruch
breach of trust
Treuebrueche
breaches of trust
Treueeid {m}
oath of allegiance, oath of fidelity
Treueeid {m}; Treueschwur {m} [adm.]
Treueeide {pl}; Treueschwüre {pl}
oath of allegiance; loyality oath [Am.]
oaths of allegiance; loyality oaths
Treueerklärung {f} (dem Staat gegenüber) [adm.]
Treueerklärungen {pl}
declaration of allegiance
declarations of allegiance
Treuegelöbnis {n}
profession of loyalty, pledge of loyalty
Treuegelöbnis {n}
profession of loyalty; pledge of loyalty
Treuemarken {pl}; Treuepunkte {pl} [econ.]
loyality stamps; loyality points
zu treuen Händen
in trust
zu treuen Händen übergeben {vt}
to hand over for safekeeping
jdm. etw. aushändigen; übergeben; ausfolgen [Ös.] {vt} [adm.]
aushändigend; übergebend; ausfolgend
ausgehändigt; übergeben; ausgefolgt
händigt aus; übergibt; folgt aus
händigte aus; übergab; folgte aus
etw. zu treuen Händen übergeben
to hand over <> sth. to sb.; to deliver up <> sth. to sb.
handing over; delivering up
handed over; delivered up
hands over; delivers up
handed over; delivered up
to hand over sth. for safekeeping
redlich {adv}; in guten Treuen [Schw.] [jur.]
redlicher Besitz
redlicher Umgang mit Geschäftspartnern
in good faith
possession in good faith
fair dealings with business partners
Treuepflicht {f} (allgemein) [jur.]
fiduciary duty
Treuepflicht {f} (des Arbeitnehmers) [jur.]
employee's duty of good faith (towards his employer); duty of the employee to represent the interests of his employer
Treuepflicht {f} (des Beamten) [jur.]
duty of allegiance; allegiance
(treuer) Anhänger {m}
stalwart
Paladin {m}, treuer Gefolgsmann, ergebener Anhänger
Paladinen {pl}
paladin
paladins
ein treuer Freund
a fast friend
ein treuer Kollege
a faithful colleague
Paladin {m}; treuer Gefolgsmann; ergebener Anhänger
Paladinen {pl}
paladin
paladins
'Ein treuer Diener seines Herrn' (von Grillparzer Werktitel) [lit.]
'A faithful Servant of his Lord' (by Grillparzer work title)
Treuerabatt {m}; Treuevergütung {f} [econ.]
Treuerabatte {pl}; Treuevergütungen {pl}
loyalty rebate; fidelity rebate; patronage discount
loyalty rebates; fidelity rebates; patronage discounts
treuere
more faithful
treues, treulich
faithfully
treueste
most faithful
Treueverhältnis {n} [jur.]
fiduciary relationship
Treuevertrag {m}
loyalty arrangement
Treuhandbegünstigter {m}; Treugeber {m} [jur.]
beneficiary of a trust; cestui que trust; trustor [Am.]
Treuhandgiroverkehr {m}; Treugiroverkehr {m} [fin.]
accounts receivable clearing transactions
Treugut {n} [jur.]
trust property; property held in on trust
Treuhänder
fiduciary
Treuhänder
trustee
Treuhänder und Geschäftsführer
receiver and manager
Treuhänder {m}, Treuhänderin {f}
trustee, depositary
bei Treuhänder hinterlegte Vertragsurkunde {f}, bedingt hinterlegte Urkunde
escrow
Verwahrer {m}, Treuhänder {m}
Verwahrer {pl}, Treuhänder {pl}
custodian
custodians
Treuhaender
fiduciaries
Treuhänder
trustees
Anderkonto {n} (Verfügung nur durch Treuhänder) [fin.]
Anderkonten {pl}
fiduciary account; trust account [Br.] (disposed of by the trustee only)
fiduciary accounts; trust accounts
Treuhänder {m}; Treuhänderin {f} [jur.]
Treuhänder {pl}; Treuhänderinnen {pl}
als Treuhänder
Pflichten des Treuhänders
als Treuhänder zurücktreten
etw. als Treuhänder treuhänderisch verwalten
trustee; fiduciary
trustees; fiduciaries
in a fiduciary capacity
duties of the trustee; fiduciary duties
to resign as a trustee
to hold sth. in trust
bei Treuhänder hinterlegte Vertragsurkunde {f}; bedingt hinterlegte Urkunde
escrow
Verwahrer {m}; Verwahrungsstelle {f}; Treuhänder {m}
Verwahrer {pl}; Verwahrungsstellen {pl}; Treuhänder {pl}
Verwahrer des Übereinkommens
custodian; depository
custodians; depositories
depositary of the Convention
Wertpapierdepot {n}; Effektendepot {n} [fin.]
Wertpapierdepots {pl}; Effektendepots {pl}
Treuhanddepot {n}; Treuhänderdepot {n}
securities deposit account; securities portfolio
securities deposit accounts; securities portfolios
third-party securities deposit account
treuhänderisch
fiduciary
treuhänderisch {adj}
etw. treuhänderisch verwalten
treuhänderisch verwaltete Wertpapiere [fin.]
fiduciary, fiducial, in trust, on a trust basis
to hold sth. in trust
securities held in trust
treuhänderisch; treuhändisch [Ös.]; fiduziarisch {adj}; Treuhand... [jur.]
treuhänderische Rechtsbeziehung
in treuhänderischer Eigenschaft
in treuhänderischem Besitz sein
fiduciary; fiducial
fiduciary relationship
in a fiduciary trust capacity
to be held in trust
treuhänderisch; treuhändisch [Ös.] {adv} [jur.]
treuhänderisch verwaltet
etw. treuhänderisch verwalten
treuhänderisch verwaltete Wertpapiere [fin.]
in trust; on a trust basis
under trustee
to hold sth. in trust
securities held in trust
treuhänderische Einlagen
trust deposits
treuhänderische Geschäfte
fiduciary operations
als etw. gewertet werden; als etw. gelten {vi}
Zahlungseingänge die (steuerrechtlich) als Einkommen Dividende gelten
Er steht in keinem treuhänderischen Verhältnis zu diese Firma und das kann ihm auch nicht unterstellt werden.
to be deemed sth. (formal)
deemed income dividend
He shall not have nor been deemed to have a fiduciary relationship with this company.
treuhänderischer Verwahrer {m} von fremden Eigentum [jur.]
stakeholder
Treuhaendern, Treuhaenders
trustees
Grundsatz {m} der besonderen Sorgfaltspflicht von Treuhändern [fin.]
prudent man rule [Am.]
Berufung eines Treuhänders
letter of administration
Entlastung eines Treuhänders
discharge of a trustee
Treuhaenderschaft
trusteeship
Treuhandverwaltung {f}; Treuhänderschaft {f} [adm.]
fiduciary management; trusteeship
Treuhaenderschaften
trusteeships
Anleihe {f}; Obligation {f}; Schuldverschreibung {f}; Pfandbrief {m} (festverzinsliches Wertpapier) [fin.]
besicherte Schuldverschreibungen
Staatsanleihe {f}; Bundesobligationen {pl}
Kassenobligation {f}; Kassaobligation {f} [Ös.] [Schw.]; Kassenschein {m}; Kassaschein {m} [Ös.] [Schw.]
inländische Rentenwerte {pl}
Obligationen mit verzögerter Verzinsung
Anleihe der öffentlichen Hand
Anleihe mit garantiertem Zins die eine Optionsanleihe ablöst
durch treuhändische Effektenhinterlegung abgesicherte Obligation
bond
covered bonds
government bond
medium-term fixed-rate bond; medium-term fixed-rate note; DM-nominated bearer treasury note [Am.]; cash bond (Austria)
domestic bonds
deferred bonds
public bond
back bond
collateral trust bond [Am.]
Treuhand {f}
trust
Treuhand {f}
jdm. etw. zu getreuen Händen übergeben [jur.]
trust
to hand over sth. in trust to sb.
Treuhandabkommen {n} (UNO) [pol.] [jur.]
trusteeship agreement (UN)
Treuhandanstalt {f} [Dt.] (zur Privatisierung ehemaliger DDR-Staatsbetriebe)
trust agency (for privatizing former state-owned enterprises in the GDR)
Treuhandbank
trustee savings bank
Treuhandbank {f} [fin.]
Treuhandbanken {pl}
trust company
trust companies
Treuhandkredit {m}; Treuhanddarlehen {n} [fin.]
loan on a trust basis; loan for a third-party account; loan in transit; conduit credit [Am.]
Treuhandvermögen {n}; Treuhandeigentum {n} [fin.]
Einkünfte aus Treuhandvermögen
trust property; trust estate; trust funds; assets held in trust; subject matter of the trust
trust income
Treuhandgebiet {n} (UNO) [pol.]
Treuhandgebiete {pl}
trust territory (UN)
trust territories
Treuhandgelder {pl} [fin.]
trust monies; trust funds; trust deposits
Treuhandgeschäft {n} [fin.]
Treuhandgeschäfte {pl}
trust transaction; trust operation
trust business
Treuhandgesellschaft
trust company
Treuhandgesellschaft {f} [econ.]
Treuhandgesellschaften {pl}
trust company
trust companies
Treuhandgesellschaften
trust companies
Treuhandkonto {n} [fin.]
Treuhandkonten {pl}
Geld auf ein Treuhandkonto legen
account held on trust; escrow account; agency account [Am.] (held in a bank by a trustee for third-party assets)
accounts held on trust; escrow accounts; agency accounts
to put money in escrow
Anderkonto {n}, Treuhandkonto {n} [fin.]
Geld auf ein Anderkonto legen
escrow account, escrow deposit
to put money in escrow
Treuhandkonto
account in trust
Treuhandkonto
agency account
Anderkontozeit {f}, Treuhandperiode {f}, Treuhandphase {f}
Anderkontozeiten {pl}, Treuhandperioden {pl}, Treuhandphasen {pl}
escrow period
escrow periods
Anderkontozeit {f}; Treuhandperiode {f}; Treuhandphase {f}
Anderkontozeiten {pl}; Treuhandperioden {pl}; Treuhandphasen {pl}
escrow period
escrow periods
Treuhandquittung
trust receipt
Treuhandrat {m} (UNO) [pol.]
Trusteeship Council (UN)
Treuhandservice {m}
escrow service
Treuhandsonderkonto {n} [fin.]
Treuhandsonderkonten {pl}
special trust account
special trust accounts
Treuhandsystem {n} (UNO) [pol.]
Treuhandsysteme {pl}
trusteeship system (UN)
trusteeship systems
Treuhandurkunde {f}; Treuhandvertrag {f} [jur.]
Treuhandurkunden {pl}; Treuhandverträge {pl}
trust deed; trust instrument
trust deeds; trust instruments
geheimes Treuhandverhältnis
secret trust
Treuhandverhältnis {n} [jur.]
ausdrücklich geschaffenes Treuhandverhältnis
implizites als beabsichtig vermutetes Treuhandverhältnis
ein Treuhandverhältnis schaffen begründen
fiduciary relationsship; trust
express trust
implied trust
to create constitute establish declare a trust
Hinterlegungsvertrag {m}, Treuhandvertrag {m}
Hinterlegungsverträge {pl}, Treuhandverträge {pl}
escrow agreement
escrow agreements
Hinterlegungsvertrag {m}; Treuhandvertrag {m}
Hinterlegungsverträge {pl}; Treuhandverträge {pl}
escrow agreement; delivery in escrow
escrow agreements
Treuhandvertrag {f} [jur.]
Treuhandverträge {pl}
fiduciary contract; trust agreement
fiduciary contracts; trust agreements
Treuhandvertrag
deed of trust
treuherzig {adj}
ingenuous
vertrauensvoll; vertrauensselig; treuherzig {adj} [psych.]
trustful
Treuherzigkeit
naiveness
treuliebend {adv}
uxoriously
treuliebend
uxorious
treuliebend
uxoriously
treuliebende
uxoriously
treulos
faithless
treulos
unfaithful
abspenstig, treulos, untreu {adj}
unfaithful
treulos, untreu {adj}
disloyal
treulos {adv}
disloyally
treulos {adj}
perfidious
treulos {adv}
perfidiously
treulos, unzuverlässig {adj}
faithless
treulos {adv}
unfaithfully
untreu, treulos {adj}
infidel
treulos
disloyal
treulos
disloyally
treulos
perfidious
treulos
perfidiously
abspenstig, treulos
unfaithful
abspenstig; treulos; untreu {adj}
unfaithful
treulos; untreu {adj}
disloyal
treulos; untreu {adj} (gegenüber)
faithless (to)
untreu; treulos {adj}
errant
untreu; treulos {adj}
infidel
treulose
unfaithfully
treulosere
more faithless
treuloseste
most faithless
Treulosigkeit {f}, Abtrünnigkeit {f}
disloyalty, faithlessness
Untreue {f}, Treulosigkeit {f} (von Ehepartnern)
infidelity
untreues, Abtruennigkeit, Treulosigkeit
disloyally
Treulosigkeit
infidelity
Treulosigkeit
perfidiousness
Treulosigkeit {f} [soc.]
faithlessness; disloyalty
Treulosigkeit {f} (gegenüber jdm.); Verrat {m} (an jdm.) [soc.]
treachery (to sb.)
Treulosigkeiten
infidelities

Deutsche Synonyme für treuh��nderisch

Englische Synonyme für the good faith of the consignor

theater  Broadway  DMZ  Elizabethan theater  Globe Theatre  Greek theater  aceldama  agora  amphitheater  amusement park  arena  arena theater  assembly hall  athletic field  audience  auditorium  auditory  back  backdrop  background  ballroom  battle line  battle site  battlefield  battleground  bear garden  boards  bowl  boxing ring  bull ring  burlesque  cabaret  cafe chantant  cafe dansant  campus  canvas  carnival  casino  chapel  cincture  circle theater  circus  classroom  close  club  cockpit  coliseum  colosseum  combat area  combat zone  concert hall  confine  congregation  container  convention hall  coop  course  court  courtyard  curtilage  dance floor  dance hall  dancing pavilion  delimited field  distance  drama  enclave  enclosure  enemy line  entertainment industry  exhibition hall  field  field of battle  field of blood  firing line  floor  fold  footlights  forum  front line  fun-fair  gallery  ground  groundling  gym  gymnasium  hall  hinterland  hippodrome  house  juke joint  killing ground  landing beach  lecture hall  lecture room  legit  legitimate stage  line  line of battle  list  lists  little theater  locale  marketplace  mat  meetinghouse  milieu  mise-en-scene  music hall  night spot  nightclub  nitery  off Broadway  off-off-Broadway  open forum  opera  opera house  orchestra  outdoor theater  palaestra  pale  paling  parade ground  park  pen  pit  place  platform  playhouse  playland  precinct  prize ring  public square  purlieu  quad  quadrangle  range  rear  recitation room  repertory drama  resort  ring  roadhouse  scene  scene of action  scenery  schoolroom  seat of war  setting  shambles  show biz  show business  showboat  site  spectator  sphere  square  squared circle  stadium  stage  stage set  stage setting  stage world  stagedom  stageland  stock  strawhat  strawhat circuit  summer stock  tavern  terrain  the boards  the footlights  the front  the scenes  the stage  the theater  theater of operations  theater of war  theater  
theatergoer  aficionado  attender  audience  buff  claqueur  deadhead  fan  frequenter  groundling  habitue  haunter  hired applauder  moviegoer  pass holder  patron  playgoer  spectator  standee  visitor  
theatre  acting  area  arena  auditorium  coliseum  drama  dramaturgy  hippodrome  histrionics  melodrama  opera house  performance  performing  playhouse  scene  setting  show business  stagecraft  staginess  the boards  the stage  theatrics  
theatrical  Roscius  Thespian art  actor  actor-proof  actress  affected  all-star  amateur theatricals  antagonist  artificial  bad guy  ballet  balletic  barnstormer  camp  campy  character  character actor  character man  character woman  child actor  cinematic  cinematographic  diseur  diseuse  dramatic  dramatic art  dramatic form  dramatic irony  dramatic stroke  dramatic structure  dramatical  dramaticism  dramatics  dramatism  dramatizer  dramaturgic  dramaturgy  emotionalistic  emotive  exaggerated  extravagant  fake  false  feeder  film  filmic  foil  forced  grandstand  ham  hammy  heavy  histrio  histrion  histrionic  histrionics  histrionism  hysteric  ingenue  insincere  juvenile  la-di-da  legitimate  maniere  mannered  matinee idol  melodramatic  melodramatics  milked  mime  mimer  mimic  monodramatic  monologist  movie  mummer  nonrational  operatic  ostentatious  overacted  overacting  overdone  overemotional  overplayed  overwrought  pantomime  pantomimist  play construction  playactor  player  pretentious  protean actor  reciter  repertory  scenic  sensational  sensationalism  sensationalistic  showy  soubrette  spectacular  stage  stage performer  stage player  stagelike  stageworthy  staginess  stagy  starstruck  stellar  stooge  straight man  stroller  strolling player  theaterlike  theatric  theatricalism  theatricality  theatricals  theatricism  theatrics  thespian  thrown away  trouper  underacted  underplayed  unnatural  unreasoning  utility man  vaudevillian  villain  
theatrics  Thespian art  amateur theatricals  blazon  blood and thunder  bravura  brilliancy  daring  dash  demonstration  demonstrativeness  display  dramatic art  dramatic form  dramatic irony  dramatic stroke  dramatic structure  dramaticism  dramatics  dramatism  dramaturgy  eclat  emotional appeal  emotionalism  emotionality  emotionalization  emotionalizing  emotiveness  emotivity  etalage  exhibition  exhibitionism  false front  fanfaronade  figure  flair  flaunt  flaunting  flourish  histrionics  histrionism  human interest  love interest  making scenes  manifestation  melodrama  melodramatics  nonrationalness  pageant  pageantry  parade  play construction  sensationalism  sham  show  showing-off  spectacle  splash  splurge  staginess  theatricalism  theatricality  theatricals  theatricism  unreasoningness  vaunt  visceralness  yellow journalism  
theft  acquisition  appropriation  boosting  burglary  caper  claiming  embezzlement  filch  filching  grab  heist  hijacking  job  larceny  lift  lifting  pilferage  pilfering  pinch  pinching  possession  purloining  reception  rip-off  robbery  robbing  score  shoplifting  snitching  steal  stealage  stealing  swiping  taking  taking away  taking possession  thievery  thieving  touch  
theism  acosmism  adoration  allotheism  anthropolatry  anthropomorphism  anthropotheism  autotheism  churchgoing  conformity  cosmotheism  cultism  deism  devotedness  devotion  devoutness  ditheism  dualism  dutifulness  dyotheism  faith  faithfulness  henotheism  hylotheism  love of God  monolatry  monotheism  multitheism  myriotheism  observance  pantheism  physicomorphism  physitheism  pietism  piety  piousness  polytheism  psychotheism  religion  religionism  religiousness  reverence  tetratheism  theopantism  theriotheism  tritheism  veneration  worship  worshipfulness  zootheism  
theist  Christian  God-fearing man  accepter  allotheist  anthropolater  anthropotheist  autotheist  believer  catechumen  churchgoer  churchite  churchman  communicant  convert  cosmotheist  daily communicant  deist  devotee  devotionalist  disciple  ditheist  dualist  fanatic  follower  good Christian  henotheist  hylotheist  monotheist  multitheist  myriotheist  neophyte  pantheist  physitheist  pietist  polytheist  proselyte  psychotheist  receiver  religionist  saint  tetratheist  theriotheist  tritheist  truster  votary  zealot  zootheist  
theistic  Christian  Christianlike  Christianly  Cyrenaic  Eleatic  Epicurean  Megarian  Stoic  adoring  animist  animistic  anthropomorphic  anthropotheistic  atomistic  believing  cosmotheistic  cultish  cultist  cultistic  deistic  devoted  devout  ditheistic  dutiful  eclectic  empirical  eudaemonistic  existential  faithful  hedonic  hedonist  hedonistic  humanist  humanistic  idealistic  instrumentalist  materialistic  mechanistic  metaphysical  monistic  monotheistic  naturalistic  nominalist  panlogistical  pantheistic  physicomorphic  pietistic  pious  polytheistic  positivist  positivistic  pragmatic  pragmatist  prayerful  rationalistic  realist  realistic  religious  reverent  reverential  scholastic  sensationalistic  solemn  syncretistic  transcendentalist  transcendentalistic  tritheistic  utilitarian  venerational  venerative  vitalistic  voluntarist  voluntaristic  worshipful  
them  I  I myself  alter  alter ego  alterum  better self  bureaucracy  directorate  ego  ethical self  he  her  herself  hierarchy  higher echelons  higher-ups  him  himself  inner man  inner self  it  management  me  ministry  my humble self  myself  number one  officialdom  oneself  other self  ourselves  prelacy  ruling class  ruling classes  self  she  subconscious self  subliminal self  superego  the Establishment  the administration  the authorities  the ingroup  the interests  the people upstairs  the power elite  the power structure  the top  themselves  they  top brass  you  yours truly  yourself  yourselves  
theme  IC analysis  accidence  action  affix  affixation  allomorph  anagnorisis  angle  architectonics  architecture  argument  article  atmosphere  background  background detail  basis  bound morpheme  burden  case  catastrophe  causerie  chapter  characterization  color  complication  composition  concept  concern  conjugation  continuity  contrivance  core  cutting  declension  decorative composition  decorative style  denouement  derivation  descant  design  detail  development  device  difference of form  discourse  discussion  disquisition  dissertation  enclitic  episode  essay  essence  etude  examination  excursus  exercise  exposition  fable  falling action  feature  figure  first approach  focus of attention  focus of interest  foil  foreground detail  form  formative  free form  gimmick  gist  head  heading  homily  idea  immediate constituent analysis  incident  infix  infixation  inflection  introductory study  issue  keynote  leitmotiv  line  living issue  local color  lucubration  main point  matter  matter in hand  meat  memoir  monograph  mood  morceau  morph  morpheme  morphemic analysis  morphemics  morphology  morphophonemics  motif  motive  movement  mythos  national style  note  notion  ornamental motif  outline  pandect  paper  paradigm  paragraph  pattern  period style  peripeteia  phrase  piece  plan  plot  point  point at issue  point in question  prefix  prefixation  preliminary study  problem  proclitic  prolegomenon  question  radical  recognition  repeated figure  research paper  review  rising action  root  rubric  scheme  screed  secondary plot  setting  sketch  slant  special article  stem  story  structure  study  style  subject  subject matter  subject of thought  subplot  substance  suffix  suffixation  survey  switch  term paper  text  thematic development  thesis  thread  tone  topic  touch  tract  tractate  treatise  treatment  twist  word-formation  
theme and variations  Nachtmusik  absolute music  adaptation  air varie  aleatory  aleatory music  arrangement  chamber music  chamber orchestra  composition  descant  electronic music  etude  exercise  harmonization  incidental music  instrumental music  invention  nocturne  opus  orchestration  piece  production  program music  ricercar  score  sonata  sonatina  string orchestra  string quartet  study  trio  variation  work  
theme song  Brautlied  Christmas carol  Kunstlied  Liebeslied  Volkslied  alba  anthem  art song  aubade  ballad  ballade  ballata  barcarole  blues  blues song  boat song  bridal hymn  brindisi  calypso  canso  canticle  canzone  canzonet  canzonetta  carol  cavatina  chanson  chant  chantey  croon  croon song  dirge  ditty  drinking song  epithalamium  folk song  hymeneal  lay  lied  lilt  love song  love-lilt  matin  minstrel song  minstrelsy  national anthem  prothalamium  serena  serenade  serenata  signature  song  torch song  war song  wedding song  
themselves  I  I myself  alter  alter ego  alterum  better self  ego  ethical self  he  her  herself  him  himself  inner man  inner self  it  me  my humble self  myself  number one  oneself  other self  ourselves  self  she  subconscious self  subliminal self  superego  them  they  you  yours truly  yourself  yourselves  
then  above  accordingly  additionally  aforetime  after  after all  after that  afterwards  again  all included  also  altogether  among other things  ancient  and all  and also  and so  anon  as well  at another time  at that moment  at that time  au reste  because of that  because of this  before  before now  beforetime  beside  besides  beyond  consequently  contemporaneously  earlier  early  else  en plus  erenow  erewhile  ergo  erst  erstwhile  ex post facto  extra  farther  for lagniappe  for that  for that cause  for that reason  for this cause  for this reason  for which reason  fore  former  formerly  further  furthermore  hence  hereat  heretofore  historically  hitherto  immemorial  in  in addition  in that case  in the aftermath  in the past  in the sequel  in times past  inter alia  into the bargain  item  late  later  likewise  more  moreover  next  old  olden  on that account  on that ground  on that occasion  on the side  on this account  on top of  once  onetime  only yesterday  over  past  plus  prehistoric  prehistorically  previous  previously  primeval  primitive  prior  priorly  propter hoc  quondam  recent  recently  similarly  simultaneously  since  sometime  subsequently  thence  thereafter  thereat  therefor  therefore  thereon  thereupon  therewith  thus  thusly  thuswise  to boot  too  when  whence  wherefore  wherefrom  whilom  yesterday  yet  
then and there  all at once  all together  at a blow  at a stroke  at once  at one blow  at one jump  at one stroke  at one swoop  at one time  forthwith  in a hurry  now  per saltum  pronto  right away  right now  right off  simultaneously  straightaway  straightway  subito  this minute  this very minute  uno saltu  without delay  
thence  accordingly  away  because of that  because of this  consequently  ergo  for that  for that cause  for that reason  for this cause  for this reason  for which reason  forth  from here in  from now on  from then on  from this point  hence  henceforth  henceforward  henceforwards  hereafter  hereat  hereinafter  off  on that account  on that ground  on this account  out  propter hoc  then  thenceforth  thenceforward  thenceforwards  thereafter  thereat  therefor  therefore  therefrom  thereof  thus  thusly  thuswise  whence  wherefore  wherefrom  
theocracy  absolute monarchy  aristocracy  autarchy  autocracy  autonomy  coalition government  colonialism  commonwealth  constitutional government  constitutional monarchy  democracy  dictatorship  dominion rule  duarchy  duumvirate  dyarchy  federal government  federation  feudal system  garrison state  gerontocracy  heteronomy  hierarchy  hierocracy  home rule  limited monarchy  martial law  meritocracy  militarism  military government  mob rule  mobocracy  monarchy  neocolonialism  ochlocracy  oligarchy  pantisocracy  patriarchate  patriarchy  police state  pure democracy  regency  representative democracy  representative government  republic  self-determination  self-government  social democracy  stratocracy  technocracy  thearchy  totalitarian government  totalitarian regime  triarchy  triumvirate  tyranny  welfare state  
theophany  Christophany  Masan  Satanophany  afflatus  angelophany  apocalypse  apparition  appearance  appearing  arising  astral  astral spirit  avatar  banshee  coming  coming into being  coming-forth  control  departed spirit  direct communication  disclosure  disembodied spirit  dissemination  divine inspiration  divine revelation  duppy  dybbuk  eidolon  embodiment  emergence  epiphany  evidence  evincement  exposure  expression  form  forthcoming  ghost  grateful dead  guide  hant  haunt  idolum  immateriality  incarnation  incorporeal  incorporeal being  incorporeity  indication  inspiration  issuance  larva  lemures  manes  manifestation  materialization  materializing  mystical experience  mysticism  occurrence  oni  opening  phantasm  phantasma  phantom  pneumatophany  poltergeist  presence  presentation  proof  prophecy  publication  realization  revelation  revenant  rise  rising  shade  shadow  shape  showing  showing forth  shrouded spirit  specter  spectral ghost  spirit  spook  sprite  theophania  theopneustia  theopneusty  unfolding  unfoldment  unsubstantiality  vision  walking dead man  wandering soul  wraith  zombie  
theorem  a priori principle  a priori truth  affirmation  apriorism  assertion  assumed position  assumption  axiom  basis  brocard  categorical proposition  conjecture  data  deduction  dictate  dictum  first principles  formula  foundation  fundamental  golden rule  ground  hypothesis  hypothesis ad hoc  law  lemma  major premise  minor premise  philosopheme  philosophical proposition  position  postulate  postulation  postulatum  premise  presupposition  principium  principle  proposition  propositional function  rule  self-evident truth  settled principle  statement  sumption  supposal  thesis  truism  truth  truth table  truth-function  truth-value  universal truth  

Lexikoneinträge für the good faith of the consignor

Consignor (n.) One who consigns something to another
Faith (n.) Belief
Faith (n.) The assent of the mind to the statement or proposition of another, on the ground of the manifest truth of what he utters
Faith (n.) The belief in the historic truthfulness of the Scripture narrative, and the supernatural origin of its teachings, sometimes called historical and speculative faith.
Faith (n.) The belief in the facts and truth of the Scriptures, with a practical love of them
Faith (n.) That which is believed on any subject, whether in science, politics, or religion
Faith (n.) Fidelity to one's promises, or allegiance to duty, or to a person honored and beloved
Faith (n.) Word or honor pledged
Faith (n.) Credibility or truth.
Faith (interj.) By my faith
Good (superl.) Possessing desirable qualities
Good (superl.) Possessing moral excellence or virtue
Good (superl.) Kind
Good (superl.) Serviceable
Good (superl.) Clever
Good (superl.) Adequate
Good (superl.) Real
Good (superl.) Not small, insignificant, or of no account
Good (superl.) Not lacking or deficient
Good (superl.) Not blemished or impeached
Good (n.) That which possesses desirable qualities, promotes success, welfare, or happiness, is serviceable, fit, excellent, kind, benevolent, etc.
Good (n.) Advancement of interest or happiness
Good (n.) Wares
Good (adv.) Well, -- especially in the phrase as good, with a following as expressed or implied
Good (v. t.) To make good
Good (v. t.) To manure
Good-by (n. / interj.) Alt. of Good-bye
Good-bye (n. / interj.) Farewell
Good-den (interj.) A form of salutation.
Good-fellowship (n.) Agreeable companionship
Good-humored (a.) Having a cheerful spirit and demeanor
Good-humoredly (adv.) With a cheerful spirit
Good-looking (a.) Handsome.
Good-natured (a.) Naturally mild in temper
Good-naturedly (adv.) With maldness of temper.
Good now () An exclamation of wonder, surprise, or entreaty.
Good-tempered (a.) Having a good temper
I' faith () In faith

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faith healing
faith cure
care provided through prayer and faith in God
faith loyalty or allegiance to a cause or a person, keep the faith, they broke faith with their investors
turn good turn a favor for someone, he did me a good turn
charm
good luck charm
something believed to bring good luck
commodity
trade good
good
articles of commerce
worldly possession
worldly good
a commodity or good associated with the earthly, rather than the spiritual, existence of human beings
good-temperedness
good-humoredness
good-humouredness
good-naturedness
a cheerful willingness to be obliging
good nature a cheerful, obliging disposition
grace good will
goodwill
a disposition to kindness and compassion, the victor's grace in treating the vanquished
neighborliness
neighbourliness
good-neighborliness
good-neighbourliness
a disposition to be friendly and helpful to neighbors
handsomeness
good looks
the quality of having regular well-defined features (especially of a man)
good goodness moral excellence or admirableness, there is much good to be found in people
good faith
straightness
having honest intentions, he acted in good faith, doubt was expressed as to the good faith of the immigrants
good form behavior that conforms to social conventions of the time, it is not good form to brag about winning
courtesy
good manners
a courteous manner
good part a place of especial strength
good goodness that which is pleasing or valuable or useful, weigh the good against the bad, among the highest goods of all are happiness and selfealization
good benefit, for your own good, what's the good of worrying?
common good
commonweal
the good of a community
common sense
good sense
gumption
horse sense
sense mother wit
sound practical judgment, Common sense is not so common, he hasn't got the sense God gave little green apples, fortunately she had the good sense to run away
exemplar
example model good example
something to be imitated, an exemplar of success, a model of clarity, he is the very model of a modern major general
conviction
strong belief
article of faith
an unshakable belief in something without need for proof or evidence
faith trust complete confidence in a person or plan etc, he cherished the faith of a good woman, the doctor-patient relationship is based on trust
religion
faith
religious belief
a strong belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny, he lost his faith but not his morality
good continuation
continuation
law of continuation
a Gestalt principle of organization holding that there is an innate tendency to perceive a line as continuing its established direction
article of faith
credendum
(Christianity) any of the sections into which a creed or other statement of doctrine is divided
Defender of the Faith a title that Leo X bestowed on Henry VIII and later withdrew, parliament restored the title and it has been used by English sovereigns ever since
Bible
Christian Bible
Book Good Book
Holy Scripture
Holy Writ
Scripture
Word of God
Word
the sacred writings of the Christian religions, he went to carry the Word to the heathen
f adieu
adios
arrivederci
auf wiedersehen
au revoir
bye
bye-bye
cheerio
good-by
goodby
good-bye
goodbye
good day
sayonara
so long
a farewell remark, they said their good-byes
good morning
morning
a conventional expression of greeting or farewell
good afternoon
afternoon
a conventional expression of greeting or farewell
good night a conventional expression of farewell
good word good news
good authority testimony by someone who should know, I have it on good authority
full faith and credit a guarantee to pay interest and principal on debt, usually issued by the United States Treasury
recommendation testimonial
good word
something that recommends (or expresses commendation of) a person or thing as worthy or desirable
funny story
good story
funny remark
funny
an account of an amusing incident (usually with a punch line), she told a funny story, she made a funny
good time
blast
a highly pleasurable or exciting experience, we had a good time at the party, celebrating after the game was a blast
break good luck
happy chance
an unexpected piece of good luck, he finally got his big break
good will
goodwill
the friendly hope that something will succeed
good humor
good humour
good temper
amiability
a cheerful and agreeable mood
religion
faith
organized religion
an institution to express belief in a divine power, he was raised in the Baptist religion, a member of his own faith contradicted him
Cape Province
Cape of Good Hope Province
Cape Colony
a former province of southern South Africa that was settled by the Dutch in and ceded to Great Britain in , in it was split into three new provinces of South Africa
Cape of Good Hope a province of western South Africa
Cape of Good Hope a point of land in southwestern South Africa (south of Cape Town)
eudemon
eudaemon
good spirit
a benevolent spirit
consigner
consignor
the person who delivers over or commits merchandise
goldbrick
goof-off
ne'er-do-well
good-for-nothing
no-account
good-for-naught
an idle worthless person
good egg (old-fashioned slang) a good person
good guy any person who is on your side
good old boy
good ole boy
good ol' boy
a white male Southerner with an unpretentious convivial manner and conservative or intolerant attitudes and a strong sense of fellowship with and loyalty to other members of his peer group
good person a person who is good to other people
good Samaritan a person who voluntarily offers help or sympathy in times of trouble
speller
good speller
poor speller
someone who spells words
a Jesus
Jesus of Nazareth
the Nazarene
Jesus Christ
Christ
Savior Saviour Good Shepherd
Redeemer
Deliverer a
a teacher and prophet born in Bethlehem and active in Nazareth, his life and sermons form the basis for Christianity (circa BC - AD )
good luck
fluke
good fortune
a stroke of luck
good-king-henry
allgood
fat hen
wild spinach Chenopodium bonus-henricus
European plant naturalized in North America, often collected from the wild as a potherb
good will
goodwill
(accounting) an intangible asset valued according to the advantage or reputation a business has acquired (over and above its tangible assets)
b batch
deal
flock
good deal
great deal
hatful heap
lot
mass
mess
mickle
mint
mountain
muckle
passel
peck
pile
plenty
pot quite a little
raft
sight
slew
spate
stack
tidy sum
wad v b a
(often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent, a batch of letters, a deal of trouble, a lot of money, he made a mint on the stock market, see the rest of the winners in our huge passel of photos, it must have cost plenty, a slew of journalists, a wad of money
good health
healthiness
the state of being vigorous and free from bodily or mental disease
good fortune
luckiness
good luck
an auspicious state resulting from favorable outcomes
good weather weather suitable for outdoor activities
Good Friday Friday before Easter
auld langsyne
langsyne
old times
good old days
past times remembered with nostalgia
have a ball
have a good time
enjoy oneself greatly, We had a ball at the party and didn't come home until AM
benefit do good be beneficial for, This will do you good
make good act as promised, make good on promises
beneficial
good
promoting or enhancing well-being, an arms limitation agreement beneficial to all countries, the beneficial effects of a temperate climate, the experience was good for her
full
good
having the normally expected amount, gives full measure, gives good measure, a good mile from here
fine-looking
good-looking
better-looking
handsome
well-favored
well-favoured
pleasing in appearance especially by reason of conformity to ideals of form and proportion, a fine-looking woman, a good-looking man, better-looking than her sister, very pretty but not so extraordinarily handsome- Thackeray, our southern women are well-favored- Lillian Hellman
dear
good
near
with or in a close or intimate relationship, a good friend, my sisters and brothers are near and dear
good thorough, had a good workout, gave the house a good cleaning
in good taste(p) satisfying generally accepted social or esthetic standards
good generally admired, good taste
effective
good
in effect(p)
in force(p)
exerting force or influence, the law is effective immediately, a warranty good for two years, the law is already in effect (or in force)
good
well(p)
resulting favorably, it's a good thing that I wasn't there, it is good that you stayed, it is well that no one saw you, all's well that ends well
good
undecomposed
unspoiled
unspoilt
not left to spoil, the meat is still good
good
honest
not forged, a good dollar bill
good having desirable or positive qualities especially those suitable for a thing specified, good news from the hospital, a good report card, when she was good she was very very good, a good knife is one good for cutting, this stump will make a good picnic table, a good check, a good joke, a good exterior paint, a good secretary, a good dress for the office
good enough adequately good for the circumstances, if it's good enough for you it's good enough for me
rubber
no-good
returned for lack of funds, a rubber check, a no-good check
good morally admirable
good-natured having an easygoing and cheerful disposition, too good-natured to resent a little criticism, the good-natured policeman on our block, the sounds of good-natured play
amiable
good-humored
good-humoured
disposed to please, an amiable villain with a cocky sidelong grin- Hal Hinson
equable
even-tempered
good-tempered
placid
not easily irritated, an equable temper, not everyone shared his placid temperament, remained placid despite the repeated delays
good
salutary
tending to promote physical well-being, beneficial to health, beneficial effects of a balanced diet, a good night's sleep, the salutary influence of pure air
good
sound
in excellent physical condition, good teeth, I still have one good leg, a sound mind in a sound body
good
serious
appealing to the mind, good music, a serious book
charitable
benevolent
kindly
sympathetic
good-hearted
openhearted
large-hearted
showing or motivated by sympathy and understanding and generosity, was charitable in his opinions of others, kindly criticism, a kindly act, sympathetic words, a large-hearted mentor
good agreeable or pleasing, we all had a good time, good manners
good
right
ripe
most suitable or right for a particular purpose, a good time to plant tomatoes, the right time to act, the time is ripe for great sociological changes
good capable of pleasing, good looks
estimable
good
honorable
respectable
deserving of esteem and respect, all respectable companies give guarantees, ruined the family's good name
good
just
upright
of moral excellence, a genuinely good person, a just cause, an upright and respectable man
adept
expert
good
practiced
proficient
skillful
skilful
having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude, adept in handicrafts, an adept juggler, an expert job, a good mechanic, a practiced marksman, a proficient engineer, a lesser-known but no less skillful composer, the effect was achieved by skillful retouching
convivial
good-time
occupied with or fond of the pleasures of good company, a convivial atmosphere at the reunion, a woman of convivial nature, he was a real good-time Charlie
dependable
good safe
secure
financially sound, a good investment, a secure investment
good-for-nothing
good-for-naught
meritless
no-account
no-count
no-good
sorry
without merit, a sorry horse, a sorry excuse, a lazy no-count, good-for-nothing goldbrick, the car was a no-good piece of junk
healthy
salubrious
good for you(p)
promoting health, healthful, a healthy diet, clean healthy air, plenty of healthy sleep, healthy and normal outlets for youthful energy, the salubrious mountain air and water- C.B.Davis, carrots are good for you
well
good
(often used as a combining form) in a good or proper or satisfactory manner or to a high standard (`good' is a nonstandard dialectal variant for `well'), the children behaved well, a task well done, the party went well, he slept well, a well-argued thesis, a well-seasoned dish, a well-planned party, the baby can walk pretty good

 

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