View definitions for actions
noun as in conduct
Plus, expect outside players to take actions related to the conflict.
[These actions] call into question not only their judgment but how true the effort is to expanding into those communities.
“Internationally there has been a lot of horror and contempt for her actions, domestically very little,” he said.
Therefore, some Democrats are under pressure to take policy actions their union allies oppose.
Now, the recent actions of ISIS and Boko Haram are drawing attention to the role of human trafficking.
Men's probable actions are calculated by the law of reason; but their performance is usually the result of caprice.
Yet he neither wishes the auditors to counsel or advise or influence him, nor that a word be said about his actions.
Many of the pneumatic actions made to-day, however, are disappointing in these particulars.
Undoubtedly the first improvements to be named must be the pneumatic and electro-pneumatic actions.
Without the use of these actions most of the advances we are about to chronicle would not have been effected.
On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to actions, such as: behavior.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.