goodie

Goody vs Goodie - What's the difference?

goody | goodie |


As interjections the difference between goody and goodie

is that goody is used to indicate pleasure or delight while goodie is expression of pleasure; yippee.

As nouns the difference between goody and goodie

is that goody is a small amount of something good to eat while goodie is a good character in a story, often a hero too.

Goodie vs Gourmet - What's the difference?

goodie | gourmet |


As nouns the difference between goodie and gourmet

is that goodie is a good character in a story, often a hero too while gourmet is .

As an interjection goodie

is expression of pleasure; yippee.

Goodie vs Goonie - What's the difference?

goodie | goonie |


As nouns the difference between goodie and goonie

is that goodie is a good character in a story, often a hero too while goonie is any of several albatrosses, especially the , that dwell primarily on islands in the pacific ocean, often near naval bases.

As an interjection goodie

is expression of pleasure; yippee.

Goodie vs Gowdie - What's the difference?

goodie | gowdie |


As nouns the difference between goodie and gowdie

is that goodie is a good character in a story, often a hero too while gowdie is (dialect) the european goldfinch.

As an interjection goodie

is expression of pleasure; yippee.

Goodie vs Doodie - What's the difference?

goodie | doodie |


As nouns the difference between goodie and doodie

is that goodie is a good character in a story, often a hero too while doodie is .

As an interjection goodie

is expression of pleasure; yippee.

Woodie vs Goodie - What's the difference?

woodie | goodie |


As nouns the difference between woodie and goodie

is that woodie is an early station wagon or estate car in which the rear portion of the car's bodywork is made of wood while goodie is a good character in a story, often a hero too.

As an interjection goodie is

expression of pleasure; yippee.

Goodie vs Goode - What's the difference?

goodie | goode |


As an interjection goodie

is expression of pleasure; yippee.

As a noun goodie

is a good character in a story, often a hero too.

As a proper noun goode is

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Hoodie vs Goodie - What's the difference?

hoodie | goodie |


As nouns the difference between hoodie and goodie

is that hoodie is a sweatshirt, with an integral hood and, sometimes, a large kangaroo pocket at the front while goodie is a good character in a story, often a hero too.

As an interjection goodie is

expression of pleasure; yippee.

Goodie vs Boodie - What's the difference?

goodie | boodie |


As nouns the difference between goodie and boodie

is that goodie is a good character in a story, often a hero too while boodie is or boodie can be (scotland) a hobgoblinwebster's third new international dictionary, unabridged merriam-webster, 2002 http://unabridgedmerriam-webstercom (17 aug 2011) or boodie can be (australia) a species of bettong,.

As an interjection goodie

is expression of pleasure; yippee.

Foodie vs Goodie - What's the difference?

foodie | goodie |


As nouns the difference between foodie and goodie

is that foodie is (slang) a person with a special interest in or knowledge of food, a gourmet while goodie is a good character in a story, often a hero too.

As an interjection goodie is

expression of pleasure; yippee.

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