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In order to use this phrase correctly, you must use incorrect grammar. Never switch "people" to "person".
Amanda is good people.
John is good geople.
Those church goers, they're good people.
by Anonymous October 10, 2002
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One who has a mania for music.
I am a melomaniac.
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A) Someone who deep down inside has a good heart, but probably won't have your back in a time of crisis.

B) Someone whose ignorance you look past based on the length of time you've know that person.
Mike's good peoples but if a brawl breaks out here he won't fight for you.

Person A: Mike still thinks Saddam Hussein was responsible
for 9/11, but I've known him since high-school.
He's good peoples.

Person B: (shaking his head) I hear ya.
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Widely used in the South, among other areas, to describe an individual's family or someone's character. Can be used to describe one individual or a group. Note: Correct grammar is a non-issue.
I don't understand why he is in jail, he comes from good people.
That Roger, he is good people.
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Largely used by hispanics in the Texas area, denotes a "good person" or one who is deemed an alight dude
Jose: "Mitch is good people."
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A phrase often used to describe the innocent and not so innocent masses.

It's pronunciation is of the "blended", not pronounced as two separate words yet not as one word either. More like good-people
The good people of New York.

"Good people of Brunswick, this is your lucky day!"
by Sanga June 21, 2004
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