deal[ deel ]SEE DEFINITION OF deal
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A deal with the Rothschilds for control of the Spanish mines had fallen through.
He became obsessed with the idea that the people with whom he had to deal were "out to get him."
The men I had to deal with were more to be pitied than blamed.
No, he couldn't go just yet—he'd have to stay with the deal another month.
It is from this point of view that we must deal with the early idea of God as a God of battles.
It will be convenient to deal with the fortunes of the right column first.
It will deal with the world as it is in the service of "the God of things as they are."
It will deal with the days of the week as well as with the Sabbath.
"There's a bunch going into this deal, together, Rose," Bert Mall explained.
"Well, there's a deal to be said on that side," he remarked.