goody-goody

[ goo d-ee-goo d-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF goody-goody
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"You're getting quite too goody-goody," laughed Irene in an excited voice.

She's not a bit a goody-goody; I'd just hate her like anything if she were.

One said contemptuously, "Oh, you're a goody-goody, parson!"

David Archer takes him off, too, with his saintliness and goody-goody airs.

Jarney, the goody-goody, must be made to pay for big knocking.

They was afraid they'd soil their goody-goody hands, I s'pose.

Now, I reckon you know I ain't one of these goody-goody sports.

Why, Molly, you always do right; what in the world are you turning so goody-goody for?

Youre just like the goody-goody, awfully learned boys of the story-book.

The patient seems to have been rather shy and goody-goody in disposition.

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