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Synonyms for bidding

Synonyms for bidding

Synonyms for bidding

an authoritative direction or instruction to do something

a request to be present


Related Words

(bridge) the number of tricks a bridge player is willing to contract to make

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She then confessed all, bidding him ask the vizir's son if it were not so.
She lost no time in telling Aladdin, bidding him make haste.
The princess then opened the door to Aladdin, and flung her arms round his neck, but Aladdin put her away, bidding her to leave him, as he had more to do.
He entered her cell and clapped a dagger to her breast, telling her to rise and do his bidding on pain of death.
By this time I was so thoroughly fagged out that I could go no further, so I threw myself upon the floor, bidding Tars Tarkas to do likewise, and cautioning two of the released prisoners to keep careful watch.
But, fear not, fear not, I live only to do the bidding of the king.
It would please me to see him well thumped for having failed in my bidding.
I was seeking thee, to chide thee for leaving my bidding undone; but thou hast been paid all I owed thee, full measure, pressed down and overflowing, by this good fellow.
The auctioneer's glance, which had been searching round him with a preternatural susceptibility to all signs of bidding, here dropped on the paper before him, and his voice too dropped into a tone of indifferent despatch as he said, "Mr.
The bidding was brisk, and Will continued to share in it, remembering that Mrs.
Bidding Dejah Thoris and Sola farewell, and commanding Woola to remain on guard, I hastened to the audience chamber, where I found Lorquas Ptomel and Tars Tarkas seated upon the rostrum.
He however pointed out my path, which now lay clearly before me, and bidding me farewell, hastily descended the mountain.
He knows the hocos-pocus that happens in government biddings.
On Tuesday, the Citizens for Clean and Credible Elections (C3E) claimed that the successive failed biddings of the Comelec- Bids and Awards Committee (BAC) could just be a grand scheme so that the poll body would be forced to settle for a negotiable deal with Smartmatic-TIM.
KIAC) have been repeated, after its documents indicated Tuesday that the lowest bidder always was the same even when several biddings were held for one project.