Thesaurus / done


You need but will, and it is done; but if you relax your efforts, you will be ruined; for ruin and recovery are both from within.PEARLS OF THOUGHTMATURIN M. BALLOU
Done, says he, why let fifty of our men advance, and flank them on each wing.THE LIFE AND MOST SURPRISING ADVENTURES OF ROBINSON CRUSOE, OF YORK, MARINER (1801)DANIEL DEFOE
By the time I had done my toilette there was a tap at the door, and in another minute I was in the salle--manger.BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 60, NO. 372, OCTOBER 1846VARIOUS
And is this a mere fantastic talk, or is this a thing that could be done and that ought to be done?THE SALVAGING OF CIVILISATIONH. G. (HERBERT GEORGE) WELLS
If it took years to do it, you shall never stir out of this house till it is done.CHECKMATEJOSEPH SHERIDAN LE FANU
This may be done by taking the humming tone and bringing to bear upon it a strong pressure of energy.EXPRESSIVE VOICE CULTUREJESSIE ELDRIDGE SOUTHWICK
There is always in the background of my mind dread lest help should reach the enemy before we have done with Sedd-el-Bahr.GALLIPOLI DIARY, VOLUME IIAN HAMILTON
Nogués and his brave lads have done their bit indeed for the glory of the Army of France.GALLIPOLI DIARY, VOLUME IIAN HAMILTON
Customers will do things in the name of the Federal Reserve System which they have never done before.READINGS IN MONEY AND BANKINGCHESTER ARTHUR PHILLIPS
The wave-like movement of these animals is particularly graceful and cleverly done.WOMEN IN THE FINE ARTS, FROM THE SEVENTH CENTURY B.C. TO THE TWENTIETH CENTURY A.D.CLARA ERSKINE CLEMENT


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