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deed

noun

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  1. 1 an act of notable skill, strength, or cleverness traditionally heroes have been celebrated for their great deeds in song and story Synonyms feat, exploit, number, stunt, tour de force, trickRelated Words accomplishment, achievement, attainment, coup, success, triumph; adventure; performance

  2. 2 something done by someone deeds always carry greater weight than words Synonyms act, action, doing, exploit, feat, thingRelated Words accomplishment, achievement, attainment; adventure, experience; emprise, enterprise, initiative, undertaking; handiwork, performance, work; stunt, trick; activity, dealing; maneuver, measure, move, operation, procedure, proceeding, step, tactic; coaction


deed

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of deed

  1. to give over the legal possession or ownership of the philanthropist unexpectedly deeded his entire fortune to the animal shelter Synonyms alien, alienate, assign, cede, convey, transfer, make overRelated Words bequeath, hand down, leave, pass (down), will; bestow, commend, commit, confer, contribute, deliver, donate, grant, hand over, move, pass, present, release, relinquish, surrender, transmit, turn in, turn over, vest, yield; consign, entrust (also intrust), trust; lease, lend, let [chiefly British], loan, rentNear Antonyms expropriate


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