I must choose surer hands—the work must not be half-done, as heretofore.
You have half-done it, but only half, because you have not understood.
We have heaps of business to do in London—heaps—and the book is only half-done.
Irma shuffled over on her crooked high heels and returned with the half-done pajamas.
Nothing ever showed the wisdom of the proverb about half-done work, children and fools, better; and, alas!
The haying on the island was about half-done; there was a short intermission in the work now, but it was to begin again very soon.
They'll have something more substantial for supper, I thought, beginning to crust the top of a black-looking, half-done biscuit.
And is there any sign to-day of full justice ever being done or half-done?
It is better to do a small amount well than to leave much work in a half-done condition.
He had heard that the managers had entered into negotiations with a new engineer, and he wished the man to find no half-done work.