doing[ doo-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF doing
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DOING
He decided he ought to think more about what he was doing and what he should do.
Then what have you been doing with your savings all these years?
There was no bell in the room, so that was the only way I had of doing it.
Percival and Miss Milbrey, on the other hand, were doing badly.
Shepler's doing some hard thinking for himself by this time.
"Tell me what you have been doing in all these years," she said.
The work which we are doing there redounds to our credit as a nation.
If they've hunted the woods around here all day, no use in me doing it by night.
And so in fact, and yet all unconsciously, was Sir John doing for his son, William.
And I've got enough to run the show, if you'll keep me from chucking it away as I'm doing.