All flesh is grass, and all the goodliness thereof is as the flower of the field.
It was a home amid the goodliness and the godliness of nature.
goodliness being largely contingent upon apparel, it follows that Mary dresses for John—up to the marriage-day.
The goodliness of this land is one of the things I ache to utter to you, but can't.
For all the piety of the best of men is in itself as grass, and the goodliness thereof as the flower of the field.
When Autolycus entered the symposium of Xenophon, all tongues were stricken dumb; man gazed at man in wonder at his goodliness.
Heaven regards not the goodliness of the person, looks not as man looks; for God regards the heart.
This does not satisfy the still warmer admirer, who insists on the goodliness of his person, and the fineness of his voice.
It had a certain largeness and goodliness, as go rewards for adventure, even for great adventure, what the sovereigns would do.
At the same word both earth and heaven combined to destroy the goodliness with which creation was adorned.