done with

ADJECTIVE
  1. having no further concern with
    done with drinking
    done with gambling
    he was through with school and he was through with family
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How To Use done with In A Sentence

  • But more needs to be done with stories like this particular one, if you want to see your hard work come to fruition in ousting George W. Bush from the White House, along with any other of his cronies who have blood on their hands, from George W. Bush†™ s futile ‘War On Terror†™. Think Progress » 60 Minutes: CIA Official Reveals Bush, Cheney, Rice Were Personally Told Iraq Had No WMD in Fall 2002
  • And all of this is done without a sonic screwdriver. Times, Sunday Times
  • I don't know what I'd have done without Lizzie when I was ill - she was an absolute treasure.
  • Prema Jayakumar's translation is done with a rare felicity that is pleasing to read.
  • Before the conversion of Granby House, it was not clear how this could be done without incurring enormous expense.
  • The women are very expert at platting, which is usually done with three threads of sinew; if greater strength is required, several of these are twisted slackly together, as in the bowstrings. Three Voyages for the Discovery of a Northwest Passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and Narrative of an Attempt to Reach the North Pole, Volume 2
  • This done with expedition, like men skilful in such mischief, as they took their cockboat to go aboard their own ship, it was overwhelmed in the sea, and certain of these men there drowned; the rest were preserved even by those silly souls whom they had before spoiled, who saved and delivered them aboard the _Swallow_. Sir Humphrey Gilbert's Voyage to Newfoundland
  • Having done with him I took boat again (being mightily struck with a woman in a hat, a seaman's mother, -- [Mother or mauther, a wench.] -- that stood on the key) and home, where at the office all the morning with Sir W. Coventry and some others of our board hiring of fireships, and Sir W. Coventry begins to see my pains again, which I do begin to take, and I am proud of it, and I hope shall continue it. Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete 1666 N.S.
  • Many simple things, for example picking up an item, activating a switch or initiating a dialog, can be done with a single mouse click.
  • The deal that the company has done with the unions will compromise to some extent its ability to reduce staffing.
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