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Matt and Daniel come awfully close, however, to having a pretty good guess at what the next few years will bring.

Think like a typically disaffected and frustrated voter: “All the changes in state government” sounds pretty good!

Hwang Pyong So must be feeling pretty good about himself right now.

She “was an attractive blonde,” Bai writes, “only in the sense that the Sistine Chapel had some pretty good artwork.”

Yorke and Godrich know how to make all this fiddling about sound pretty good, even if just as background music.

There are also two pretty good specimens in the Museum, which I have no doubt were killed in Guernsey.

His pulse rate was now in the neighborhood of ten per second, which is a pretty good increase.

The table was pretty good, too, with the exception of a few Dutch dishes, and a superfluity of onions.

We can get a pretty good idea of the reasons which led the Pilgrim Fathers to brave everything to get away from their home land.

Mr. Burt was a pretty good sort of a man, in his own estimation, but not greatly or generally beloved by his neighbors.


On this page you'll find 37 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pretty good, such as: adequate, decent, reasonable, satisfactory, average, and common.

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