Act synonyms

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A heroic or extraordinary deed.
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The definition of accomplish is to finish or complete something.
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To gain with effort or despite difficulty; reach:
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To work hard; exert oneself to get or do something; strive
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The process of formally altering or adding to a document or record.
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The definition of a statute is a written law passed by a legislature or decree by a ruler.
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The definition of a verdict is a decision, opinion or a judgment, especially on a disputed issue.
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The definition of an announcement is a public declaration of something.
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The definition of an edict is an order, declaration or command by someone in a position of power or authority.
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The definition of an ordinance is a rule or law enacted by local government.
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(Law) The judicial decision in a litigated cause rendered by a court of equity.
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A formal legal document ordering or prohibiting some action
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An official document, edict, or decree, esp. one from the pope
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An order that serves as authorization, especially: A voucher authorizing payment or receipt of money.
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An order or process directing a person to report to court as a potential juror.
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A written legal order directing a person to appear in court to give testimony, show specified records, etc.
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(--- Computers) A piece of work created with an application, as with a word processor.
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Bill is defined as a statement of fees or charges, or a list of what's available or offered.
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A systematic collection of regulations or rules of procedure or conduct:
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(Grammar) A verb along with its subject and their modifiers. If a clause provides a complete thought on its own, then it is an independent (superordinate) clause; otherwise, it is (subordinate) dependent.
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The laws effective in a particular nation.
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The definition of a scene is a place where something occurs or a setting in a story.
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(Euphemistic, also "final curtain") death
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A preliminary act or course of action foreshadowing greater events
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A short addition or concluding section at the end of a literary work, often dealing with the future of its characters.
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The definition of introduction is making something known for the first time, or formally telling two people who the other person is.
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A musical selection, dance, etc. performed during this interval
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Instrumental music played between the parts of a song, liturgy, play, etc.
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The concluding part, especially of a musical composition.
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A division of a play
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A scripted piece of entertainment, especially in a nightclub or theater:
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Performance is defined as acting, singing, playing an instrument or otherwise showing a craft to a group of people.
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(Countable) A performance; especially, a single song or song and dance routine within a larger show.
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(Informal) A particular kind of action, situation, or behavior:
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A short, often satirical scene or play in a revue or variety show; a skit.
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A brief, comic performance piece, typically of an informal nature, as for two or more actors
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A part of a play in which one character speaks alone; soliloquy
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A short play or skit presented before a longer production
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Appearance is defined as the way that someone, or something, looks.
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A distinctive, graceful, or artistic expression or arrangement of words:
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A short performance in a show
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Knowingly false statement or wilful misrepresentation
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Act of one who feigns; fakery; deceit.
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The definition of an affectation is an attempt to appear to be possessed.
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To treat in a certain way.
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To create or produce in accordance with an idea, plan, blueprint, etc.
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(Idiomatic) To fulfill.
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(Idiomatic) To act or behave; especially to misbehave so as to attract attention.
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To act on so as to accomplish or bring to completion; execute; carry out (a task, process, etc.)
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To be in action so as to produce an effect; act; function; work
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To carry over, hand over or transfer something.
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To bring to completion or fruition; conclude:
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To perform an action
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To continue in some effort, course of action, etc. in spite of difficulty, opposition, etc.; be steadfast in purpose; persist
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To refuse to give up, esp. when faced with opposition or difficulty; continue firmly or steadily
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To make or decorate by needlework:
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To have growth or development.
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To have or perform a function; serve:
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(Sports) To serve as a referee or umpire.
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To possess or exercise authority or control:
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To work through (a given period of time in prison, a sentence). [from 19th c.]
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(Idiomatic) To proceed; to begin.
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To act; to act positively and decisively to resolve a problem.
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(Intransitive) To tackle (a problem or task).
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To perform an action
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To perform an action
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To perform an action
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The definition of begin means to start or come into being.
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To cause to progress or advance:
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To go on in an orderly or regulated manner; to begin and carry on a series of acts or measures; to act by method; to prosecute a design.
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To give strength or force to; to affirm, to emphasize. [from 15th c.]
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To move (something) carefully, and often with difficulty, into a certain position.
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To perform an action
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To perform an action
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To design, invest with a new form, shape, etc.
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To put into practice
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(Card games) to deal cards to someone entering a game.
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Prosecute is defined as to have a criminal case against someone, or to pursue or keep doing something.
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To grow by degrees into a more advanced or mature state:
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To perform an action
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To perform an action
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(Idiomatic) to become active; to become effective
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To perform an action
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To put officially in custody or confinement
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To try to prevent the development or success of:
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To engage in fighting; contend or struggle.
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To say in answer; reply
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(Intransitive) to continue functioning
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To answer is defined as to give a response to a question in either an oral or written manner, or by a physical gesture.
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To continue to annoy or distress; hound
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To perform an action
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(Slang) To obtain something by deceitful or illicit means; practice theft or swindling.
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(Informal) To put into effect; carry out; perform
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To perform an action
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(Idiomatic) Deal with the important details.
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(Intransitive) To act in a polite or proper way.
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Used to call attention to one's impression or understanding about something, especially in weakening the force of a following infinitive:
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(Intransitive) To stand in presence of some authority, tribunal, or superior person, to answer a charge, plead a cause, or the like; to present one's self as a party or advocate before a court, or as a person to be tried.
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To conduct oneself
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To conduct oneself
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To conduct oneself
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To conduct oneself
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To conduct oneself
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To conduct oneself
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To conduct oneself
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To conduct oneself
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(Idiomatic) To attempt to fight or compete.
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To conduct oneself
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To conduct oneself
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(Idiomatic) To present an image; to make an impression.
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To put (a player) at a position in a sport or in a game:
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To behave in an affected or dramatic manner
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To pretend to be (a different person), to assume the identity of.
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To assume the character or appearance of, especially fraudulently; impersonate.
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To act the part or role of:
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To act (something) out, as on a stage:
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(Idiomatic) To express one's feelings through disruptive actions.
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To have or take on the external appearance of; look or act like
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To play a role in or as if in a play
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To take upon oneself; venture:
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To mimic is defined as to imitate or to copy.
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To portray characters and situations by gesture and body movement.
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To express oneself in pantomime.
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To ridicule, or to make ludicrous by grotesque representation in action or in language.
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To make a parody of something.
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To make an action as if doing one thing, but actually doing another, for example to trick an opponent.
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To cheat; to swindle; to steal; to rob.
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To represent dramatically, as on the stage:
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To play a role in or as if in a play
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To play a role in or as if in a play
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To cause to rehearse; to instruct by rehearsal.
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To be adaptable to dramatic form:
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To perform as a star, as in a theatrical production
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To utter in a wordy, dull, or pompous manner:
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Rant is defined as to complain at length in an angry, loud voice.
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To speak rhetorically; to make a formal speech or oration; specifically, to recite a speech, poem, etc., in public as a rhetorical exercise; to practice public speaking.
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To act (a dramatic role) in an exaggerated way
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To play a role in or as if in a play
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To play a role in or as if in a play
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To play a role in or as if in a play
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To play a role in or as if in a play
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(Idiomatic) To become haughty, to assume a pretentious manner.
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To play a role in or as if in a play
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To play a role in or as if in a play
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(Idiomatic, intransitive) To behave, or to perform in a showy or ostentatious manner, especially in a way to impress others; to show off.
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To overact.
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(Intransitive) to display emotions openly, especially while acting
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To assault for the purpose of robbery.
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(Idiomatic, performing arts) To display excessive emotion or to act in an exaggerated manner while performing; to be melodramatic; to be flamboyant.
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To play a role in or as if in a play
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To remain or rest in expectation:
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To wait on, serve or attend.
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(Intransitive, reflexive) To be or to put into a state of rest.
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The state or process of acting or doing:
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An insincere attempt to reach a specific condition or quality.
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With clear evidence of guilt.
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The definition of an achievement is something that is accomplished, particularly by great effort, courage or special skills.
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A remarkable occurrence; a striking event; a stirring incident; as, the adventures of one's life.
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(Cartography) a unit pertaining to the infrastructure of a community, such as a public toilet, a postbox, a library etc.
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Politeness; courtesy; an individual act or a manner of behaving which conforms to social conventions of propriety.
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The definition of course is a class you take in school to study a particular subject.
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Action; actual performance
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The work involved in performing an activity; exertion.
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Something enacted, as a law or decree
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(Obsolete) A specialized skill; a knack.
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Greater force; a natural or human-induced disaster that causes a contract to fail of performance.
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Something done
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Something gyrate, as a whorl
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(Sciences, strictly) A well-established, observed physical characteristic or behavior of nature. The word is used to simply identify "what happens," without implying any explanatory mechanism or causation. Compare to theory.
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An appearance or aspect.
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The steps taken in an action or other legal proceeding.
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Correctness in behaviour and morals; good manners, seemliness. [from 18th c.]
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A small space or distance.
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Something done
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Refinement and elegance of manner; polished courtesy.
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An overwhelming, unanticipated, and unpreventable event, usually caused by a natural force, the occurrence of which may exempt a party from performing the obligations of a contract.
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(Intransitive) To become active; to rouse oneself.
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The definition of comport means to agree with, or act a certain way.
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To comport (oneself) in a specified way:
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To falsely produce what appears to be official or valid; to produce a forged copy of.
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To reach a conclusion or form a judgment or opinion about (something) by reasoning or consideration:
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To perform an action
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To disguise or conceal one's real nature, motives, or feelings behind a false appearance.
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To drive is defined as to operate a vehicle, to be licensed to operate a vehicle or moving something using force.
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To act or operate as producer for:
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To proceed laboriously; advance or move with painful effort or difficulty
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To put to test.
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To exercise (authority or influence, for example) effectively.
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The quality of being inactive; idleness; passiveness.
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The quality or condition of being quiet:
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A ceasing, or stopping, either forever or for some time
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(Music) The prolongation of one or more tones of a chord into a following chord to create a temporary dissonance.
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The state of being idle; inactivity.
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The act of stopping or the condition of being stopped; a halt:
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Calm; tranquillity; peace
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The ground is the force, the motion, that causes the object to no longer have inertia and to instead stray from its speed and direction.
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To cause to desist or to change a course of action:
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To stop; pause:
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To waste; squander
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(Now rare) To repress (a desire, emotion etc.); to check or curb. [from 14th c.]
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To come to an end; stop:
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To stop or desist; to quit
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To hold oneself back; voluntarily do without; refrain (from)
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(Intransitive) To stop or pause respecting decision or action; to be in suspense or uncertainty as to a determination.
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To interrupt the continuance of; to put an end to, especially as regards commercial productions; to stop producing, making, or supplying something.
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Activities that go on every day:
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An individual object, especially an inanimate object:
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Court sessions held periodically in each county of England to try civil and criminal cases
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The act or process of making a law or laws
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A pet form of the male given name Alexander.
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A legislative bill, resolution, etc. that is proposed or has been enacted
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Performance as an actor.
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The definition of disguise is something that hides the truth.
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(Countable) An act of dissembling.
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A living or acting under false pretenses
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A false front, or removable ornamental covering.
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A display; a manifestation:
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Assumption of a false appearance.
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To conduct (oneself) in a specified manner:
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(Finance) To endeavour to depress the price of, or prices in.
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(Agric.) To bear as a crop; produce
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To lower in status or character; degrade or humble:
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To behave or conduct (oneself) in a specified way
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(Intransitive) To stop, give up (an activity) (usually + gerund or verbal noun).
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To play a role in a dramatic performance.
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To behave affectedly or insincerely or take on a false or misleading appearance of
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To produce on the stage.
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To offer in good faith; pledge:
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To give (a gift or presentation) to someone; to bestow. [from 14th c.]
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To produce on a stage, to perform a play.
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Arts, such as drama, dance, and music, that involve performance before an audience
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A display of insincere behavior
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Truth or reality. Used with the.
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To come to; belong
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To use in place of something else, with the same function.
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something that people do or cause to happen
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something that people do or cause to happen
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pretend to have certain qualities or state of mind
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perform on a stage or theater
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To divert attention or praise from; force out of the spotlight:
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A short comic piece performed after a play.
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The process of enacting something.
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(Historical, Ancient Rome) A comic afterpiece, either a farce or a travesty.
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A custom or belief common to members of a society or culture
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A particular system of law
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The definition of a proposal is a marriage offer or a plan.
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A document recording this obligation
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A commitment is defined as an official court order to send someone to prison or to a mental hospital.
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A fixed or definite plan; system; law of arrangement
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To do or perform (something evil, criminal, or offensive); be guilty of
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