In her own fashion she was a good sort, and better looking than most women past forty.
Why, in the first place, although they are all of a good sort, are not some better than others?
If he was a fool it was something to have people think him a good sort of fool.
He had a shrewd, good sort of face, and a Yankee twang to his speech.
Chaucer's spelling very like Ring Lardner's, but good sort just the same.
As for Janey Denton, she is just a good sort, something like me.
We have a buffalo for supper—a good sort of fish—weighing six pounds.
Say, she's a good sort, Joey; bully fun, and always in for anything.
Walter—that's her husband—is a good sort, too, and the children are nice enough.
He's a good sort and he'll do everything he can to help you.