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Synonyms for done

cooked

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  • cooked
  • ready
  • cooked enough
  • cooked to a turn
  • cooked sufficiently

cheated

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agreed

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  • agreed
  • you're on
  • O.K. or okay
  • it's a bargain
  • it's a deal

done in or up

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have or be done with something or someone

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Synonyms for done

having reached completion

no longer effective, capable, or valuable

having no further relationship

Synonyms for done

having finished or arrived at completion

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cooked until ready to serve

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Carl Harris, of Sytner Oldbury, and Scott Donely, of Sytner Birmingham, hand over a cheque for pounds 1,000 and gifts for Birmingham Children's Hospital Kidney Kids Appeal.
After each of the owners had looked at units on New Inn Bridge, but rejected them because of cost, Mr Joyce suggested to Mr Donely the idea of buying together.
For additional quotes contact: Betsey Donely, 850/222-0199
This year was the sixth year of 11 Million Takeover Day and saw pupils from Whitley Academy's school reporters group and Stevie Donely, from West Coventry Sixth Form, become our newshounds.
ADC) announced that an agreement has been reached with Donely Communications Inc.
Dunlop B (5pts) 148 Stoke Coventry B (5pts) 140 (Bob Pattison 21 Pete Adams 14, Chris Welland 18 Alan Skidmore 21, Reg Shepherd 19 Dean Atkinson 21, John Butler 21 Alan Donely 10, Bill Sharples 17 Michael Pearson 21, Ray Coles 21 Andy Wells 11, Steve Donovan 20 Ted Yates 21, Bob Young 11 Clayton Barnes 21).
Stoke Coventry B (7pts) 132 Walsgrave A (3pts) 130 (Bob Downes 21 Brian Thomas 16, Alan Donely 21 Bob Titcombe 13, Dean Atkinson 21 Ian Green 13, Pete Adams 7 Tony Dutton 21, Michael Pearson 12 Jason McMahon 21, Andy Wells 21 Tony Rouse 12, Ali Davidson 21 Terry Beasley 13, Ted Yates 8 Alan Carter 21.
Premier Two: Dunlop A (8pts) 159 Stoke Coventry B (2pts) 108 (Russ Malin 21 Alan Skidmore 15, Keith Collins 21 Alan Donely 11, Pete Walmsley 17 Dean Atkinson 21, Phil Welland 16 Bob Downes 21, Trevor Glasgow 21 Michael Pearson 17, Gary Smith 21 Andy Wells 12, Andy Knight 21 Brian Sproul 4, Carl Reece 21 Ted Yates 7).
Bedworth B 9pts 165 (Rob Armitage 21 Alan Skidmore 20, Bob Charles 21 Alan Donely 7, Larry Leeson 21 Dean Atkinson 12, Rich Smart 21 Bob Downes 15, Pete French 21 Andy Wells 20, Gary Houlihan 21 Brian Sproul 6, Neil Stuart 21 Ted Yates 18) Stoke Coventry B 1pt 119 (Pete Sylvester 18 Michael Pearson 21).
Division Three: Canley 7 (Danny Harrington 21-4, Dave Bilton 21-10) Dunlop 3 (John Clarke 21-6, Ray Coles 21-13), Potters Green B 9 (Des Hancox 21-4, John McBride 21-4, Paul Brown 21-6) Bulkington C 1 (Brian Donely 21-19), Old Covents 4 (Bernard Keogh 21-7, Mark Wilson 21-7) Standard B 7 (Dennis Treanor 21-1, Joe Davidson 21-10), Coundon C 7 (Ted Rogers 21-6 and Ron Harries 21-9) Alvis B 3 (Pete Crosby 21-12, John Bennett 21-14).
Standard A also failed to make home advantage count - losing by one shot as Stoke Cov B eased into second thanks mainly to the efforts of in-form Alan Donely, 21-2, and Ted Yates, 21-10.
Division Three: Standard B (8pts) 135 (Vera Baber 21-10, Jeannie Thomas 21-10, Pauline Pattison 21-10, Isa Millington 21-12, Sandra Kerby 21-20, Marion Adams 21-15) Bell Green B (1pt) 98 (Hilda Butler 21-9); Bulkington (7pts) 133 (Joan Box 21-8, Ann Donely 21-13, Thelma Orberson 21-17, Katie Shilton 21-11, Angela Shilton 21-6) Copsewood B (2pts) 97 (Pat Wootton 21-20, Carol Mills 21-8); Potters Green (6pts) 124 (Jill Gillies 21-3, Emma Allen 21-11, Joan Hancox 21-8, Pam Barnett 21-12,) Dunlop A (3pts) 97 (Kirsty Welland 21-16, Helen Flynn 21-7, Debbie Welland 21-17); Old Coventrians A (3pts) 102 (Beryl Keogh 21-12, Pam Harrison 21-14, Margaret Wilkins 21-13) Kenilworth B (7pts) 123 (Angie Mcmenemy 21-20, Elaine Newell 21-8, Julie Mills 2111, Jackey Cross w/o).
Bulkington C were equally emphatic at home to Canley, Tom and Lol Cole both carding 21-5, while Noel Baker 21-11, Brian Donely 21-12 and Horace Wright also weighed in.