but good

but good  {adv. phr.},  {informal}
Very much so; thoroughly completely; forcefully. — Used for emphasis.
Jack called Charles a bad name, and Charles hit him, but good.
Tom fell and broke his leg. That taught him but good not to fool around in high trees.
Compare: AND HOW.
Categories: adverb emphasis informal

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