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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgoodiegood‧ie, goody /ˈɡʊdi/ noun [countable]  British English informalAAPPROVE someone in a book or film who is good and does things you approve of opp baddie the goodies and the baddies
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goodieBaddies and goodies became less distinguishable from one another.Pushed to the limit it leads to splitting the world into a racialized opposition between goodies and baddies.Molly receives a box of doggie goodies and the runners-up will receive, by post, a special gift.Special reports on how to get the free goodies only cost $ 20 each.Ghia trim heralds a huge list of goodies, but perhaps only to turn the attention away from the lacklustre dynamics.I no longer feel like a needy child waiting for Santa Claus to hand me something from his limited supply of goodies.You can use the programs to edit photos and create greeting cards, certificates, comic books, labels and other goodies.But now they have removed all the goodies, the resort hotel and golf course.
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