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Hand over the goodies or we could suffer some danger or indignity.

It was grand, loud, had delicious swagger, guns, sheriffs, goodies and baddies, and was adapted from a Cormac McCarthy novel.

And, as is typical of a Loeb letter, he goes after the goodies that corporate bigwigs routinely get.

In exchange for raising the debt ceiling, Republicans want a hilarious list of concessions and goodies.

Maya Angelou Stars in Cole Haan's New Campaign: Cole Haan's new campaign, entitled "Born in 1928," stars some oldies but goodies.

The Christmas dinner will be a great deal smaller, with fewer goodies than in other years.

You shall send us a box of goodies once in a while as you always do; and I will write to you and to Uncle Jabez.

Any one getting a candle end had to pay a forfeit, but those who caught the goodies could eat them.

Betsey was glad when mother decided on "Popcorn Goodies," for she found it such splendid fun popping the corn.

The goodies seemed ready to be eaten; the little folks were eager to taste; still Miss Lucy did not give the word.


On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to goodies, such as: treat, sweet, delicacy, dessert, morsel, and snack.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.