- skip - Brewer’s

Good Time


There is a good time coming. This has been for a long, long time a familiar saying in Scotland, and is introduced by Sir Walter Scott in his Rob Roy. Charles Mackay has written a song so called, set to music by Henry Russell.

previous entry · index · next entry


Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

previous entry · index · next entry

Good Duke Humphrey
Good Folk (Scotch guid folk)
Good Form, Bad Form
Good Friday
Good Graces (To get into one’s)
Good Hater (A)
Good Lady (The)
Good Neighbours
Good Regent
Good Samaritan
Good Time
Good Turn (To do a)
Good and All (For)
Good as Gold
Good for Anything
Good Wine needs no Bush
Goodfellow (Robin)
Goodluck’s Close (Norfolk)
Goodman, or St. Gutman