It really depends on what you're describing. If you are describing like a paper or something then you would do something like its an amazing essay. If it was a girl you would want to say beautiful or stunning. Just think about what you're trying to describe and how it makes you feel. Then put that into words
What do you mean when you say "good?" Like "That food was good, or I am good today?" But 'obedient', 'excellent,' Important', 'Positive,' Congenial,' 'Marvelous, positive.." Go to Thesaurus and you'll see results!
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There are so many words used instead of the word "Good"; still, the matter is that English words are to be used via contexts; for example, in literature, excellent, well well, great are usually used instead of "Good" in some case. Meanwhile, sharp, not bad, of course, well, are usually spoken in verbal communication. So, I suggest you to use a Collocation Dictionary, which will tell you how to use synonyms in the right situation anyway!