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Synonyms for do

behave

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  • behave
  • act
  • conduct yourself
  • deport yourself
  • bear yourself
  • acquit yourself

make

work as

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  • work as
  • be employed at
  • earn a living at
  • have as an occupation
  • have as a profession

be adequate

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study

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travel at

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visit

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do for something or someone

do someone out of something

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  • cheat out of
  • deprive of
  • rob of
  • dispossess of
  • con out of
  • swindle out of
  • trick out of
  • diddle out of
  • prevent from having or gaining

do something up: fasten

do something up: refurbish

do without something or someone

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Synonyms for do

to begin and carry through to completion

to carry out the functions, requirements, or terms of

to conduct oneself in a specified way

to progress or perform adequately, especially in difficult circumstances

to produce on the stage

to prepare (food) for eating by the use of heat

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to journey over (a specified distance)

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to meet a need or requirement

to spend or complete (time), as a prison term

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to get money or something else from by deceitful trickery

do for: to work and care for

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do in: to make extremely tired

do in: to take the life of (a person or persons) unlawfully

do up: to cover and tie (something), as with paper and string

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a large or important social gathering

Synonyms for do

an uproarious party

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the syllable naming the first (tonic) note of any major scale in solmization

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doctor's degree in osteopathy

engage in

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proceed or get along

carry out or practice

create or design, often in a certain way

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spend time in prison or in a labor camp

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carry on or function

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arrange attractively

travel or traverse (a distance)

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Grant us what Thou didst promise unto us through Thine apostles, and save us from shame on the Day of Judgment: For Thou never breakest Thy promise [3:194]
199-200, 219) before suggesting that Timon's violence is simply rhetorical, fake: "If thou didst put this sour cold habit on / To castigate thy pride, 'twere well; but thou / Dost it enforcedly" (Timon of Athens, 14.
By showing him so much respect, Thou didst, as it were, cease to feel for him, for Thou didst ask far too much from him" (314).
From whence didst thou come: National trends in the sources of supply of teachers in special and general education (Research Report No.
O Master, Lord our God, Who through the All-praised Apostle Paul hast established for us an ordinance of degrees and ranks, for the serving and liturgizing of Thine Honorable and Most-pure Mysteries upon Thy Holy Altar; first, Apostles, secondly, Prophets, thirdly, Teachers: Do Thou Thyself, O Master of all, by the infusion, power, and grace of Thy Holy Spirit strengthen this elect person who has been counted worthy to come under the yoke of the Gospel and the dignity of a Bishop through the Laying-on of Hands of us, his fellow Bishops here present, as Thou didst strengthen Thy Holy Apostles and Prophets' as Thou didst anoint Kings; as Thou hast consecrated Bishops.
But he answered and said to one of them, "Friend, I do thee no wrong: didst not thou agree with me for a denario?
After that civil war did break out in England, the Puritan poet and minister Michael Wigglesworth described the New World as a "hiding place, which thou/Jehovah, didst provide .
Where didst thou flee, along with the pleasures of the flesh, including the visceral pleasure of absolute antinomy?
A bark show'd dim beyond Thee, with its mast Bow'd, and its rent sail shivering to the blast; But, like a spirit in thy gliding tread, Thou, as o'er glass, didst walk that stormy sea Through rushing winds, which left a silent path for Thee.
Then he constructs a dialogue trying to use archaic second-person singular endings that he doesn't know how to use, writing, "Thou truly wast in thy cups last night, Catherine, but didst thou realizeth (instead of "realize," an infinitive required after "didst") thou wedded (instead of "weddedst," to make the verb agree with its subject "thou") the court jester?
THOU who didst heal the sick and deal gently with the weak, who didst speak kindly to the old and weep quietly with the mourning, comfort even now all in weakness, sorrow, or anxiety.
I have used thee, Filth as thou art, with human care, and lodged thee In mine own cell, till thou didst seek to violate the honor of my child, (1.
This would yield the much more likely translation "the tail hair of a horse didst thou then become, O Indra, when he struck his two fangs against thee.
He said: "I am better than he: Thou didst create me from fire, and him from clay.
Haunted by Poverty and woe-begone, Unloved, unfriended, thou didst journey on: Thy youth in ignorance and labour past, And thine old age all barrenness and blast