Synonyms for acting
- ad interim
- pro tem
- pro tempore
Antonyms for acting
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACTING
Stephen, moreover, always shrank from his uncle when acting professionally.
But are you quite certain that you are acting wisely, Miss Ward?
In my day we used to have something like acting at the old Park.
He was acting like a crazy boy, and he was a man, all of twenty-two!
She lifted her eyes to his, and for once she was not acting.
One who pretends to be another's friend, and yet betrays him, is acting a lie.
Futurity can be no source of alarm to him who is conscious of acting right.
I admit I must seem to be acting strangely, but I can't help it.
Acting on the hint Davie had given me, I soon discovered the second meal-tub.
Of course, you know my father is deeply concerned in it also, so I am acting in a measure for him.'
1590s, "putting forth activity," present participle adjective from act (v.). Meaning "performing temporary duties" is from 1797.