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?
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After an exposure period of 20 seconds or more (sitting still for a daguerreotype portrait took some doing), the plate would be ready for primetime.
Big doings today as the Legislature’s answers to the Stoneman Douglas shooting make their way through their last committees in the House and Senate.
Gurda's history has not only flow but also a pleasing dynamic balance between humans and geology, the lives of regular people and the doings of muckety-mucks.
Some of the doings that Monday will sound familiar to modern Fourth of July partyers.
Engler's presidency has since become tangled in further public relations scandals of his own doing.
The doings at the art museum, 700 N. Art Museum Drive, from 7 to 11 p.m. Friday.
The strange doings in Salisbury also immediately called to mind the 2006 poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko, who died in a London hospital bed three weeks after drinking tea laced with a rare radioactive substance.
The early economic news today sure looked good for the country, not to mention for the eager credit-taker in the White House, who is promoting the idea that the recovery that began in his predecessor’s tenure is all his doing.
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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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