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goods    : [g'ʊdz]
Goods \Goods\, n. pl.
See {Good}, n., 3.
[1913 Webster]

160 Moby Thesaurus words for "goods":
ability, ableness, account, acquaintance, acquest, adequacy,
announcement, baggage, blue book, briefing, bulletin, bump,
caliber, capability, capableness, capacity, cargo, catalog goods,
chattels, cloth, commodities, communication, communique,
competence, consignment, consumer goods, consumer items, data,
datum, directory, dispatch, dower, dowry, drapery, effects,
efficacy, efficiency, endowment, enlightenment, equipment,
estate and effects, etoffe, evidence, fabric, facility, facts,
factual information, faculty, familiarization, felt, fitness,
flair, forte, freight, freightage, gen, general information,
genius, gift, goods for sale, guidebook, handout, hard information,
havings, hereditament, holdings, impedimenta,
incidental information, incorporeal hereditament, info,
information, instinct, instruction, intelligence, inventory, it,
job lot, knowledge, lace, lading, light, line, line of goods, load,
long suit, luggage, mail-order goods, makings, material, mention,
merchandise, message, metier, napery, natural endowment,
natural gift, not an illusion, notice, notification, pack, parts,
payload, possessions, potential, power, powers, presentation,
proficiency, promotional material, proof, properties, property,
publication, publicity, qualification, rag, release, report,
shipment, sidelight, sideline, silk, speciality, staples,
statement, stock, stock-in-trade, strong flair, strong point,
stuff, sufficiency, susceptibility, talent, talents, textile,
textile fabric, texture, the article, the dope,
the genuine article, the goods, the know, the scoop, the stuff,
the very model, the very thing, tissu, tissue, transmission,
vendibles, wares, weave, web, weft, what it takes, white book,
white paper, woof, wool, word

GOODS, property. For some purposes this term includes money, valuable
securities, and other mere personal effects. The term. goods and chattels,
includes not only personal property in possession, but also choses in
action. 12 Co. 1; 1 Atk. 182. The term chattels is more comprehensive than
that of goods, and will include all animate as well as inanimate property,
and also a chattel real, as a lease for years of house or land. Co. Litt.
118; 1 Russ. Rep. 376. The word goods simply and without qualification, will
pass the whole personal estate when used in a will, including even stocks in
the funds. But in general it will be limited by the context of the will.
Vide 2 Supp. to Ves. jr. 289; 1 Chit. Pr. 89, 90; 1. Ves. jr. 63; Hamm. on
Parties, 182; 3 Ves. 212; 1 Yeates, 101; 2 Dall. 142; Ayl. Pand. 296; Wesk.
Ins. 260; 1 Rop. on Leg. 189; 1 Bro. C. C. 128; Sugd. Vend. 493, 497; and
the articles Biens; Chattels; Furniture.
2. Goods are said to be of different kinds, as adventitious, such as
are given or arise otherwise than by succession; dotal goods, or those which
accrue from a dowry, or marriage portion; vacant goods, those which are
abandoned or left at large.

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