goodest

Goodest vs Smilest - What's the difference?

goodest | smilest |


As an adjective goodest

is (nonstandard|humorous) (good).

As a verb smilest is

.

Goodest vs Smiler - What's the difference?

goodest | smiler |


As an adjective goodest

is (nonstandard|humorous) (good).

As a noun smiler is

(label) a fan of american singer and actress (miley cyrus).

Goodest vs Cheapest - What's the difference?

goodest | cheapest |


As adjectives the difference between goodest and cheapest

is that goodest is (nonstandard|humorous) (good) while cheapest is (cheap).

Goodest vs Badder - What's the difference?

goodest | badder |


As adjectives the difference between goodest and badder

is that goodest is (nonstandard|humorous) (good) while badder is (nonstandard|or|obsolete) (bad); worse.

Goodest vs Gooder - What's the difference?

goodest | gooder |


In nonstandard|humorous|lang=en terms the difference between goodest and gooder

is that goodest is (nonstandard|humorous) (good) while gooder is (nonstandard|humorous) nominalization of good.

As adjectives the difference between goodest and gooder

is that goodest is (nonstandard|humorous) (good) while gooder is (nonstandard|humorous) (good).

As a noun gooder is

(nonstandard|humorous) nominalization of good.

Goodest vs Best - What's the difference?

goodest | best |


As an adjective goodest

is (nonstandard|humorous) (good).

As a proper noun best is

.

Woodest vs Goodest - What's the difference?

woodest | goodest |


As adjectives the difference between woodest and goodest

is that woodest is (wood) while goodest is (nonstandard|humorous) (good).

Goadest vs Goodest - What's the difference?

goadest | goodest |


As a verb goadest

is (archaic) (goad).

As an adjective goodest is

(nonstandard|humorous) (good).

Gooiest vs Goodest - What's the difference?

gooiest | goodest |


As adjectives the difference between gooiest and goodest

is that gooiest is (gooey) while goodest is (nonstandard|humorous) (good).

Goodest vs Good - What's the difference?

goodest | good |


As adjectives the difference between goodest and good

is that goodest is (nonstandard|humorous) (good) while good is (lb) of people .

As an interjection good is

that is good: an elliptical exclamation of satisfaction or commendation.

As an adverb good is

(nonstandard) well; satisfactorily or thoroughly.

As a noun good is

(uncountable) the forces or behaviors that are the enemy of evil usually consists of helping others and general benevolence.

As a verb good is

to thrive; fatten; prosper; improve or good can be to furnish with dung; manure; fatten with manure; fertilise.