doings

[ US /ˈduɪŋz/ ]
[ UK /dˈuːɪŋz/ ]
NOUN
  1. manner of acting or controlling yourself
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How To Use doings In A Sentence

  • I'm looking for a doings to hold up a curtain rail that's fallen down.
  • I never kept a diary when I was growing up but I did receive them as Christmas presents and loved the idea of documenting my daily and dull doings.
  • For the tumblebug was sincere in his insane doings, and all Philistia honored him sincerely, so that there was nowhere any hope for this people. Jurgen A Comedy of Justice
  • I'm looking for a doings to hold up a curtain rail that's fallen down.
  • Chiefly, such activities were processional - arrivals of ambassadors and potentates, with plebeian doings relegated to the wings.
  • If wrongdoings are uncovered, then the wrongdoers must be punished.
  • The film chronicles the everyday doings of a group of London schoolchildren.
  • They need rules and discipline not tea and sympathy for their wrongdoings.
  • Such were the rimes of _Skelton_ (vsurping the name of a Poet Laureat) being in deede but a rude rayling rimer & all his doings ridiculous, he vsed both short distaunces and short measures pleasing onely the popular eare: in our courtly maker we banish them vtterly. The Arte of English Poesie
  • You did not excuse the wrongdoings of the executives involved in the recently uncovered corporate scandals.
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