Antonyms for out doing

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He was already dressed, and had been out doing his morning jobs.

I'd be glad to help you out doing all I could, but of course it would take your brains to get the information, sir.

We were out doing a spot of wiring near Ypres, and the Germans evidently got to know about it.

Then, with Ellen out doing her morning marketing, she heard the feeble thump of a cane overhead which was her mother's signal.

Professor Sanford has formed a class in natural science, and it is out doing field stunts.

Also there seemed to be a lot of young men who might have been out doing a little for their country.

Pretty soon, Pop and I were out doing the rest of the chores while Mom was getting supper.

Of course many lifeboats were out doing good service on the night to which I have referred, but I pass all that by at present.