perform[ per-fawrm ]SEE DEFINITION OF perform
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERFORM
It does not often fall to the lot of a boy to perform a deed so heroic.
Those Westerners perform quite in that manner, I assure you.
She had her duty to perform, and she expected to be taken care of till it was done.
If we would promise we must put ourselves in a position to perform our promise.
But thus it always is with persons who are destined to perform great things.
The task I had set myself to perform seemed only at its commencement yet.
I hope that I shall never be called upon to perform that promise.
His squadron was too small for the service which it had to perform.
How can I perform what I can sooner choose to die than to perform—!
Their duty is before them: in the fear of God, and not of man let them perform it.