Examples of doing in a Sentence
It's the doing of the good deed that is important, not the thanks you receive.
is that mess in the kitchen your doing?
Recent Examples of doing from the Web
But the agonizing feeling was the two turnovers that led to 10 points for Kansas City in a seven-point game – and one of the turnovers was his doing.
There is a possibility that your lack of advancement and pay may be of your own doing.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions, even though at least some of that beleaguerment is—thanks to last week’s New York Times interview (and potentially other behind-the-scenes machinations)—his own doing.
Hezekiah Allen, executive director of the California Growers Association, said cannabis cultivators welcome collaborative research projects such as those proffered by SMUD – but have their own way of doings things.
Coordinate efforts or risk double-doing. Utilize diplomacy.
With Scott Tolzien under center, Zak Keefer says the Colts’ messy QB situation is their own doing.
Others dismissed the unrest as the doings of foreign subversives.
As usual, the two men dine fabulously, and director Michael Winterbottom plops them down in beautiful places in beautiful light (often photographing them at dawn or at dusk, which must have taken some doing).
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First Known Use of doing
DOING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of doing for English Language Learners
: the act of making something happen through your own action
doings : things that someone does : things that happen
DOING Defined for Kids
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