dealing


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Synonyms for dealing

method or manner of conduct in relation to others

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Plain- dealing, too, is my nature, and I adore the same quality in others; most especially in those I could wish to marry.
Julia could hardly keep her countenance, but she was resolved to go to the bottom of all this plain- dealing.
Open an account to Hardwell in it; a quarter of all the shares I buy are to be in his name, and a quarter of all the profits I make in dealing in the shares is to be credited to him.
But the entire range of heroic legend was open to these poets, and other clusters of epics grew up dealing particularly with the famous story of Thebes, while others dealt with the beginnings of the world and the wars of heaven.
Dealing with the beginnings of imagination in the minds of children, they record, with the reality which a very delicate touch preserves from anything lugubrious, not those merely preventible miseries of childhood over which some writers have been apt to gloat, but the contact of childhood with the great and inevitable sorrows of life, into which children can enter with depth, with dignity, and sometimes with a kind of simple, pathetic greatness, to the discipline of the heart.
And I found it better for my soul to be humble before the mysteries o' God's dealings, and not be making a clatter about what I could never understand.