Maybe there is something in those plays that helps you recognize in those characters the goodness that they could have had.
Two years ago she was a college professor, for goodness sakes.
I wish peace and goodness to everyone on this blessed holiday.
We struggle to think of them as unhealthy, because they seem so pure, so wholesome, so stocked with goodness.
There were evening gowns in black chiffon with rows of auburn fur, sprinkles of glitter, and goodness knows what else.
And for that act of goodness, Uncle Matthew had gone to his grave under stigma.
But when he speaks "truth" of Caesar he has to admit Caesar's goodness.
“This is not the current view of goodness in women,” said Hadria.
Tell him that I send him my thanks for all the goodness he has shown me,—he has always been kind to me.
Mick isn't Grant's widow, and you are of age, goodness knows.
in man is not a mere passive quality, but the deliberate preference of right to wrong, the firm and persistent resistance of all moral evil, and the choosing and following of all moral good.