Goodacity /gʊdæsɪti/

The audacity to do good;
coming from the conjunction of the words

“good” + “audacity”

Examples of use:


Despite her fear, Mary revealed her goodacity by feeding the stray dogs.


Peter is a very goodacious young man. Despite having a small salary, he helps the orphanage with regular donations of money.


Goodaciously glancing at the cat, meowing with hunger, the girl asked her mother to buy it something tasty.