Good And Meaning
(idiomatic, used as an intensifier) Very; exceptionally; utterly.
Example: Used other than as an idiom: see good,â€Ž and.
1883, Robert Louis Stevenson, Treasure Island, ch. 25:
As for that swab, he's good and dead, he is.
2008, Nancy Huston, Fault Lines, ISBN 9780802170514:
[S]he doesn't insist on the whole vegetable-meat-fish-eggs aspect of eating, saying I'll get around to that when I'm good and ready for it.