goodness (Meaning)

Wordnet

goodness (n)

that which is pleasing or valuable or useful

moral excellence or admirableness

Webster

goodness (n.)

The quality of being good in any of its various senses; excellence; virtue; kindness; benevolence; as, the goodness of timber, of a soil, of food; goodness of character, of disposition, of conduct, etc.

goodness Sentence Examples

  1. The goodness in her heart radiated outwards, touching everyone she met.
  2. The child's innocence exuded a goodness that warmed the hearts of all who knew her.
  3. The act of kindness displayed an unprecedented level of goodness.
  4. The volunteer's selfless dedication to helping others was a testament to their inherent goodness.
  5. Even in the darkest of times, a flicker of goodness remained in the human spirit.
  6. The goodness of his soul shone through his every deed, inspiring others to be better.
  7. The unremitting goodness of the stranger left an imprint on her heart.
  8. The pure goodness of the newborn baby filled the room with a profound sense of peace.
  9. The goodness of his intentions was evident despite the difficulties he faced.
  10. May goodness guide our actions and bring light to the world.

FAQs About the word goodness

that which is pleasing or valuable or useful, moral excellence or admirablenessThe quality of being good in any of its various senses; excellence; virtue; kindn

morality,integrity, virtue, honesty, morals, decency, uprightness, rightness, probity,character

wickedness, sin, villainy, sin, badness, immorality, iniquity,evil, badness, immorality

The goodness in her heart radiated outwards, touching everyone she met.

The child's innocence exuded a goodness that warmed the hearts of all who knew her.

The act of kindness displayed an unprecedented level of goodness.

The volunteer's selfless dedication to helping others was a testament to their inherent goodness.