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Noun
The way in which one conducts themselves relative to social norms
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Historical documents or archives
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The mechanics of a movement
“For Katharine Casey, doing a good deed was a reward in itself.”
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Legal documents or contracts between parties
“All your parents need to do is sign a deed conveying ownership of the home to you.”
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Documents attesting to something
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Tasks to be performed
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The extent to which someone is employable based on their skills or qualifications
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Plural for an event or experience undergone or undertaken, typically noteworthy in nature
“This was a really world-historical deed in the history of opium also, as is explained below.”
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Plural for an achievement of one's goals, or of something impressive
“It refers to a miraculous deed that involves suspending or overriding natural laws.”
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Plural for the state of being actual or fact
“I remark on the relevant good points and weaknesses of each place as a true and practical cosmopolite in deed and not only in words.”
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Plural for an instance of successfully achieving something difficult
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Plural for an instance of kind, or charitable, behavior
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Plural for the state or fact of having or possessing something
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(bad, or equivalent, turn) Plural for an act that hinders or harms someone
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Plural for an occurrence, or something that happens
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Plural for a deal between two parties, especially in business
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Plural for something that one has made or done
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Plural for a form of secured loan, typically to purchase property
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Plural for a gesture or action used to convey information or an instruction
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To furnish with, or cause to be present
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“It is the photoplay's comic notion to have the wealthy Harrison Allen deed his fortune to daughter Gracie for sixty days so that he might honestly admit his poverty and so discourage a fortune-seeking suitor of his other daughter.”
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To legally give up one's possession or ownership of (something)
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To arrange for something to belong to, or be officially controlled by, somebody else
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