|Goodly (Good"ly) adv.
Excellently. [Obs.] Spenser.
Goodly (Good"ly), a.
[Compar. Goodlier (?); superl. Goodliest.]
[OE. godlich, AS. g¿dlic. See Good, and Like.]
1. Pleasant; agreeable; desirable. "We have many goodly days to see." Shak.
2. Of pleasing appearance or character; comely; graceful; as, a goodly person; goodly raiment, houses. "The goodliest man of men since born." Milton.
3. Large; considerable; portly; as, a goodly number. "Goodly and great he sails behind his link." Dryden.
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