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  • n. Plural form of goodie.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • The lure of all these goodies is going to go on for a long, long time so plan and buy carefully.

    Rosalyn Hoffman: Christmas at Halloween: The Retail Holiday Megalopolis

  • Not only do I have a signed copy of Mad Kestrel, which you all should rush out and purchase (strong female lead, magic, pirates!), but Misty threw in goodies - pirate stickers, a bandana, and best of all, pirate duckies!

    Loot! – Heuristic

  • Judging by all the goodies from the gazillion (okay, not quite) vendors - and an additional bonus gift bag upon check-in - we're sure you'll agree:

    Zorianna Kit: The 2009 MTV Movie Swag Awards

  • I just pre-ordered some more goodies from the new mini and it should be arriving early next week ... so keep checking back for some sneak peeks ....

    Soooo looking forward to the weekend!

  • Ok ... so I've FINALLY had a few minutes to sit down and play with some of my new goodies from the Occasions Mini Catalog set to be released on January 5.

    Sneak Peek

  • One more thing, here's some goodies from the Bleet-Up last night.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • There was a splendid delicatessen in Reading, which I used to visit decades ago, that specialised in particular in Polish goodies, serving the large Polish community that lived in the area at the time.

    Old delicatessens and new delis

  • The rest of the fare is apparently low-end clothing and goodies from the USA and some used stuff.

    Page 2

  • Soon thereafter a viral game appeared where fans had to order a pizza and would receive a custom-made Batman pizza box and some goodies from the viral campaign (in addition to a free pizza).

    One Big Summer Showdown - The Battle for Your Appetite «

  • Here's a sneak copy of an abridged glossary of neologisms and language-bending goodies from the book.

    Boing Boing


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