I pay a good deal of attention to matters of detail, as you may have observed, and I had examined the hall and was sure that the wall was clear.
It's almost two hundred and fifty; and I'll get a good deal out of the sale.
They "kept company" a good deal; Marcus took dinner with the Sieppes every Saturday evening at their home at B Street station, across the bay, and Sunday afternoons he and the family usually made little excursions into the suburbs.
The face was unduly thin, perhaps, but this, and the wistful glance of the large grey eyes in repose, made up an effect that Thorpe found touched him a good deal.
I dare say there's a good dealin what you say," the other admitted, gently enough, but without contrition.
The road along which they sped seemed, in the gathering dusk, uncomfortably narrow, and he speculated a good deal as to how frightened the two mutes behind him must be.
He spent a good deal of money in dinners and suppers in their honour, after they had let him understand that this form of propitiation was not unpleasant to them.
We had known each other years and years, and in spite of our differences we had a good deal in common.
A good deal of music went with it, with posture dancing and, sometimes, gravely beautiful processional performances.
But now we were swept along at an easy rate of some thirty miles an hour and covered quite a good deal of ground.
But the woods are fine, and there is a stream, which, I dare say, might be made a good deal of.
The old lady relieves the high-flown benevolence of her husband with a good deal of spirit.
At Oxford I have been a good deal used to have a man lean on me for the length of a street, and you are only a fly in the comparison.
You would certainly seem to have seen, these twenty-four hours, a good deal more of it than for some time before.
His eyebrows are, somehow, darker; they look particularly arched and as if they might move a good deal.
As to my reasons for wanting to help you, a good deal depends on the words one uses to define rather indefinite things.
It was worth a good deal to watch that fight between her instinct and her intelligence, and know one's self the object of the struggle.
She boasted of her old-fashioned prejudices, talked a good deal of being a grandmother, and made a show of reaching up to tap Owen's shoulder, though his height was little more than hers.
There had been, however, a good deal of other evidence available before 1876, which, had it been collated and seriously studied, might have discounted the sensation that the discovery of the citadel graves eventually made.
Achin literature, unlike the language, is entirely Malay; it includes poetry, a good deal of theology and several chronicles.
I've been practicing a good deal lately, and it's beginning to be easier than it used to be.
When she comes to a party she brings with her a gentleman with a good deal of manner and a wonderful mustache.
Were they all like that, the pretty girls who had a good deal of gentlemen's society?
It was a good deal in pique, it was a little in revenge, it was much in genuine admiration: the devil may decide the proportions!
First of all, I cannot acquit you of a good deal of what is called intolerance.
They knew nothing of Sherlock Holmes in those days, but there was a good deal said of Talleyrand.
He had given away a great deal to poorer kindred; he had paid his dead father's debts; he had played away a good deal, and he had lost the rest.
Occasionally he would play poker with us and sometimes he drank a good deal, but liquor never loosed his tongue.
The above list will hopefully provide you with a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "good deal" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this group of words.