Definition of be in good company in US English:

be in good company


  • Be in the same situation as someone important or respected.

    ‘if you spot the ghost, you are in good company: King George V saw it too’
    • ‘It's just that I don't understand it, and I am in good company: neither do all the lawyers, accountants and independent advisers I know.’
    • ‘I may end up being wrong but at least I'll be in good company.’
    • ‘But Dean is in good company with many of his fellow Democrats.’
    • ‘I'm in good company, because they know how to party.’
    • ‘The Millennial Medley Medals places me in good company.’
    • ‘If you can't come up with many names, you're in good company.’
    • ‘Glad to know I'm in good company, but as Charles points out, Google News' criteria are rather odd.’
    • ‘I also sent the challenge to my team and fellow project managers at work, several of whom have decided to join in, so we are in good company, my friends.’
    • ‘You have synaesthesia and you're in good company.’
    • ‘And the president is going to learn (perhaps the hard way), that I am in good company in this fight.’