goodly (adj.)
good-looking, handsome, attractive, comely
2H4 IV.i.20[Messenger to all] In goodly form comes on the enemy
3H6 II.ii.34[Clifford to King, of Henry's son] this goodly boy
AW III.v.79[Diana to Helena, of Bertram] if he were honester / He were much goodlier
H8 IV.i.69[Third Gentleman to First and Second Gentlemen, of Anne] she is the goodliest woman / That ever lay by man
KL IV.iii.17[Gentleman to disguised Kent, of Cordelia] patience and sorrow strove / Who should express her goodliest
MV I.iii.98[Antonio to Bassanio] a villain with a smiling cheek, / A goodly apple rotten at the heart
Per IV.i.9[Leonine to Dionyza, of Marina] she is a goodly creature
Per V.i.64[Lysimachus to Helicanus, of Marina] Is't not a goodly presence?
Sonn.80.12[of a rival poet] I am a worthless boat, / He of tall building and of goodly pride
TC V.vi.27[Hector to Soldier] thou art a goodly mark
Tem I.ii.417[Prospero to Miranda, of Ferdinand] thou mightst call him / A goodly person
Tem I.ii.484.1[Miranda to Prospero, of Ferdinand] I have no ambition / To see a goodlier man
Tem V.i.182[Miranda to all] How many goodly creatures are there here!
Tit I.i.264[Saturninus to himself, of Tamora] A goodly lady
Tit II.iii.76[Bassianus to Tamora] Why are you ... / Dismounted from your snow-white goodly steed
TNK II.i.282[Palamon alone, of Arcite] It may be he shall marry her; he's goodly
TNK II.iii.8[Gaoler's Daughter alone, of Palamon] I ... thought he was a goodly man
WT II.i.75[Leontes to Lords, of Hermione] When you have said she's goodly
WT II.ii.26.2[Emilia to Paulina, of Hermione's baby] a goodly babe, / Lusty, and like to live
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