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Hartman should resign for the good of the party.
I'm only punishing you for your own good.
I think a trip to the beach would do us all a lot of good.
The country's natural resources should be used for the common good.
This is the British English definition of good. View American English definition of good.
old and in bad condition, or no longer effective