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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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For the Kurd layeth down with the Sunni, and the Shi'ite doth lay with the twain, as it was foretold by us, and there is peace, but for a dozen car bombs each week
or Whether doth my mind, being crown'd with you, drink up the monarch's plague, this flattery?
I believe the lady doth protest to much by stating she is not anti-bisexual, because her biphobia is showing
A Dream Dissolving: The biosphere with seething life doth teem;/The stars are burst and formed anew to gleam/Within the cold and limitless expanse/While fragile man bestirs within his dream.
his eyes: Nothing of him that doth fade, But doth suffer a sea-change Into something rich and strange.
And earthly power doth then show likest God's/ When mercy seasons justice.
But the bibliographic aspect is less compelling, because Haley's emendations ("The dram of esill [vinegar] / Doth all the noble substance often sour") lack paleographic support.
7] Aghast at this proposed wholesale elimination of what became endangered indigenous plants, in his poem "Man," George Herbert eerily presages a modern environmental argument (often now marshaled into use to suggest that the planet's last remaining rain forests might contain endangered plants that could one day cure cancer) by suggesting that "in ev'ry path / He [man] treads down that which doth befriend him, / When sickness makes him pale and wan.
RE the letter from Maria Lester, 'Methinks the lady doth protest too much.
What is it that makes us so willing to cut our hopes and dreams to fit the doth of our social class?
But the soloists are less dependable; countertenor Matthias Rexroth is particularly disappointing on "All the earth doth worship thee," during which he is noticeably flat.
It seems that the Vatican doth protest too much, excommunicating women for an ordination it considers neither valid nor licit (NCR, Aug.
He would stand there fumbling through the pages of Deuteronomy and planting the words in a more solid, physical step forward, beckoning the church folk to come to him, saying: "And he humbled thee, and suffered thee to hunger, and fed thee with manna, which thou knewest not, neither did thy fathers know; that he might make thee know that man doth not live by bread only, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of the Lord doth man live" (Deuteronomy 9:3).
Micha's magnificent words ring down the succeeding centuries of christendom, as relevant and challenging today as when they were first written, still not quite drowned out in the cacophony of materialism: "And what doth the Lord require of thee?
In their right knowing, David's Army doth here await.