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Wed Dec 5, 2018, 07:47 AM

What would you have men do?

Understand that good is not a thing you are, it’s a thing you do.
Understand that women are human beings, with the same dreams and desires and capacity for pain as men.
Understand that men are human beings, with the same capacity to change as women.
Keep learning. Keep listening.





THIS (not all men of course - our ally's get this already)

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Wed Dec 5, 2018, 08:12 AM

1. good

good
/ɡo͝od/
adjective
adjective: good; comparative adjective: better; superlative adjective: best

1.
to be desired or approved of.
"we live at peace with each other, which is good"
synonyms: healthy, fine, sound, tip-top, hale and hearty, fit, robust, sturdy, strong, vigorous More
"the dogs are in good condition"
fine, very well, all right, right, all right then, yes, agreed;
informalokay, OK, okey-dokey
"good, that's settled"
antonyms: poor, ill
pleasing and welcome.
"she was pleased to hear good news about him"
expressing approval.
"the play had good reviews"
2.
having the qualities required for a particular role.
"the schools here are good"
synonyms: fine, superior, quality; More
excellent, superb, outstanding, magnificent, exceptional, marvelous, wonderful, first-rate, first-class, sterling;
satisfactory, acceptable, not bad, all right;
informalgreat, OK, A1, jake, hunky-dory, ace, terrific, fantastic, fabulous, fab, top-notch, blue-chip, blue-ribbon, bang-up, killer, class, awesome, wicked;
smashing, brilliant
"a good product"
capable, able, proficient, adept, adroit, accomplished, skillful, skilled, talented, masterly, virtuoso, expert;
informalgreat, mean, wicked, nifty, ace, crackerjack
"a good driver"
delicious, tasty, mouthwatering, appetizing, flavorful, delectable, toothsome, palatable;
succulent, luscious;
informalscrumptious, delish, yummy, lip-smacking, finger-licking, nummy, melt-in-your-mouth
"good food"
valid, genuine, authentic, legitimate, sound, bona fide;
convincing, persuasive, telling, potent, cogent, compelling
"a good reason"
antonyms: bad, inept, unconvincing
appropriate to a particular purpose.
"this is a good month for planting seeds"
synonyms: convenient, suitable, appropriate, fitting, fit; More
opportune, timely, favorable, advantageous, expedient, felicitous, happy, providential
"a good time to call"
antonyms: inconvenient
(of language) with correct grammar and pronunciation.
"she speaks good English"
strictly adhering to or fulfilling all the principles of a particular cause, religion, or party.
"a good Catholic girl"
synonyms: close, intimate, dear, bosom, special, best, firm, valued, treasured; More
loving, devoted, loyal, faithful, constant, reliable, dependable, trustworthy, trusty, true, unfailing, staunch
"a good friend"
(of a ticket) valid.
"the ticket is good for travel from May to September"
3.
possessing or displaying moral virtue.
"I've met many good people who made me feel ashamed of my own shortcomings"
synonyms: virtuous, righteous, upright, upstanding, moral, ethical, high-minded, principled; More
exemplary, law-abiding, irreproachable, blameless, guiltless, unimpeachable, honorable, scrupulous, reputable, decent, respectable, noble, trustworthy;
meritorious, praiseworthy, admirable;
whiter than white, saintly, saintlike, angelic;
informalsqueaky clean
"a good person"
antonyms: wicked
showing kindness.
"you are good—thank you"
synonyms: kind, kindhearted, good-hearted, thoughtful, generous, charitable, magnanimous, gracious; More
altruistic, unselfish, selfless
"it was good of you to come"
antonyms: unkind, thoughtless
obedient to rules or conventions.
"accustom the child to being rewarded for good behavior"
synonyms: well behaved, obedient, dutiful, polite, courteous, respectful, deferential, compliant More
"the children are good at school"
right, correct, proper, decorous, seemly;
appropriate, fitting, apt, suitable;
convenient, expedient, favorable, opportune, felicitous, timely;
archaicmeet
"a good thing to do"
antonyms: naughty
used to address or refer to people, especially in a patronizing or humorous way.
"the good people of the city were disconcerted"
commanding respect.
"he was concerned with establishing and maintaining his good name"
belonging or relating to a high social class.
"he comes from a good family"
4.
giving pleasure; enjoyable or satisfying.
"the streets fill up with people looking for a good time"
synonyms: enjoyable, pleasant, agreeable, pleasurable, delightful, great, nice, lovely; More
amusing, diverting, jolly, merry, lively;
informalsuper, fantastic, fabulous, fab, terrific, grand, brilliant, killer, peachy, ducky
"a good time was had by all"
fine, fair, dry;
bright, clear, sunny, cloudless;
calm, windless;
warm, mild, balmy, clement, pleasant, nice
"good weather"
antonyms: unpleasant, terrible, bad, inclement
pleasant to look at; attractive.
"you're looking pretty good"
(of clothes) smart and suitable for formal wear.
"he went upstairs to change out of his good suit"
synonyms: best, finest, nicest; More
special, party, Sunday, formal, dressy, smart, smartest
"wear your good clothes"
antonyms: casual, everyday
5.
thorough.
"the attic needed a good cleaning"
used to emphasize that a number is at least as great as one claims.
"they're a good twenty years younger"
synonyms: whole, full, entire, complete, solid
"we waited a good hour"
used to emphasize a following adjective.
"we had a good long hug"
fairly large.
"a good crowd"
synonyms: considerable, sizable, substantial, appreciable, significant; More
goodly, fair, reasonable;
plentiful, abundant, great, large, generous;
informaltidy
"a good number of them"
antonyms: small
6.
used in conjunction with the name of God or a related expression as an exclamation of extreme surprise or anger.
"good heavens!"

noun
noun: good; plural noun: goods

1.
that which is morally right; righteousness.
"a mysterious balance of good and evil"
synonyms: virtue, righteousness, goodness, morality, integrity, rectitude; More
honesty, truth, honor, probity;
propriety, worthiness, merit;
blamelessness, purity
"issues of good and evil"
antonyms: wickedness
2.
benefit or advantage to someone or something.
"he convinces his father to use his genius for the good of mankind"
synonyms: benefit, advantage, profit, gain, interest, welfare, well-being; More
enjoyment, comfort, ease, convenience;
help, aid, assistance, service;
behalf
"it's all for your good"
antonyms: disadvantage
3.
merchandise or possessions.
"imports of luxury goods"
synonyms: merchandise, wares, stock, commodities, produce, products, articles; More
imports, exports
"he dispatched the goods"
property, possessions, worldly possessions, effects, chattels, valuables;
informalthings, stuff, junk, gear, bits and pieces
"the dead woman's goods"
British
things to be transported, as distinct from passengers.
"a means of transporting passengers as well as goods"
informal
the genuine article.
plural noun: the goods

adverbinformal
adverb: good

1.
well.
"my mother could never cook this good"

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