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: in spite of its Goody Two-Shoes ecological imagenoun phrase
An obviously innocent and virtuous young woman; goody-goody •Most often used mockingly or contemptuously (1766+)
[fr the name of the heroine of a 1760s children's story, probably by Oliver Goldsmith, about a little girl who exulted publicly at the acquisition of a second shoe]