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- n. a person who is good to other people
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Dante, being a good person who felt exactly the same way about that stupid fight — which the prosecution has shamelessly blown up into a mini race riot — immediately agreed to meet Feifer later that night.
St. Marie, who was between eight and nine years old, had a good person and quick apprehension, was giddy, lively, playful and mischievous; but his mischief was ever good-humored.
PROVERBS 24:16 SAYS THAT A good person may fall seven times, yet the Lord will raise him up.
You want me to believe youre a good person after allfine as well.