goodly

Goodly vs Badly - What's the difference?

goodly | badly |


As adjectives the difference between goodly and badly

is that goodly is (archaic) good, pleasing in appearance while badly is (northern england) ill, unwell.

As adverbs the difference between goodly and badly

is that goodly is (obsolete) in a goodly way; courteously, graciously while badly is in a bad manner.

Goodly - What does it mean?

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Demonstrate vs Goodly - What's the difference?

demonstrate | goodly |


As a verb demonstrate

is to display the method of using an object.

As an adjective goodly is

(archaic) good, pleasing in appearance.

As an adverb goodly is

(obsolete) in a goodly way; courteously, graciously.

Goodly vs Condiderable - What's the difference?

goodly | condiderable |

Goodly vs Goody - What's the difference?

goodly | goody |


As an adjective goodly

is (archaic) good, pleasing in appearance.

As an adverb goodly

is (obsolete) in a goodly way; courteously, graciously.

As an interjection goody is

used to indicate pleasure or delight.

As a noun goody is

a small amount of something good to eat.

Gooily vs Goodly - What's the difference?

gooily | goodly |


As adverbs the difference between gooily and goodly

is that gooily is in a gooey manner while goodly is (obsolete) in a goodly way; courteously, graciously.

As an adjective goodly is

(archaic) good, pleasing in appearance.

Goodly vs Godly - What's the difference?

goodly | godly |


As adjectives the difference between goodly and godly

is that goodly is (archaic) good, pleasing in appearance while godly is of or pertaining to a god.

As adverbs the difference between goodly and godly

is that goodly is (obsolete) in a goodly way; courteously, graciously while godly is in a godly manner; piously; devoutly; righteously.

Woodly vs Goodly - What's the difference?

woodly | goodly |


As adverbs the difference between woodly and goodly

is that woodly is (obsolete) madly; furiously while goodly is (obsolete) in a goodly way; courteously, graciously.

As an adjective goodly is

(archaic) good, pleasing in appearance.

Goodly vs Doodly - What's the difference?

goodly | doodly |


As adjectives the difference between goodly and doodly

is that goodly is (archaic) good, pleasing in appearance while doodly is like a doodle; scribbly.

As an adverb goodly

is (obsolete) in a goodly way; courteously, graciously.

Goodly vs Noodly - What's the difference?

goodly | noodly |


As adjectives the difference between goodly and noodly

is that goodly is (archaic) good, pleasing in appearance while noodly is of or pertaining to noodles.

As an adverb goodly

is (obsolete) in a goodly way; courteously, graciously.

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