Duty synonyms

do͝o'tē, dyo͝o'-
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(Military) The obligation for the proper custody, care, and safekeeping of property or funds entrusted to the possession or supervision of an individual. (JP 1-02 Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms).
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A personal sense of what one should do
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A pledge or obligation, as to follow a certain course of action:
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Attributive form of good faith.
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A personal sense of what one should do
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A personal sense of what one should do
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A place where work is done, as a factory, public utility plant, etc.
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The character or state of being irresponsible; lack of or freedom from responsibility; want of accountability.
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A binding, formal arrangement or an agreement to a liability to pay a specified amount or to do a certain thing for a person or group of persons. See also duty and liability.
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A personal sense of what one should do
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A personal sense of what one should do
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Individual conduct in conformity with this principle.
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Duty
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The definition of honesty is the quality of being truthful.
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Public Policy - You behave in line with what most people believe is right.
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A personal sense of what one should do
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A function to be performed; an objective:
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The act or process of holding or possessing a place.
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The normal or characteristic action of anything; esp., any of the natural, specialized actions of a system, organ, or part of an animal or plant
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Serious work or endeavor:
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An area of knowledge, activity, or interest:
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The amount of money levied for a service.
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A serve:
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Missionary duty or work.
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Any legally binding agreement voluntarily entered into by two or more parties that places an obligation on each party to do or not do something for one or more of the other parties and that gives each party the right to demand the performance of whatever is promised to them by the other parties. To be valid, all parties must be legally competent to enter a contract, neither the objective nor any of the obligations or promised performances may be illegal, mutuality of the agreement and of its obligations must exist, and there must be consideration. See also acceptance, offer, privity, tender, breach of contract, and bargain. To enter into or settle by a contract or to make a legally binding promise. The document containing the terms of a contract.
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Something committed into the care of another; a charge:
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Public disturbance; civil disorder
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A responsibility or duty:
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The act of one who undertakes, or engages in, any project or business.
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A fee charged by an agent or broker for carrying out a transaction.
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Employment or period of employment, esp. in the performing arts
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The transfer of a duty, interest, or right from one party to another. See also subrogation.
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The definition of a chore is a routine or unpleasant task.
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Plural form of pain
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All income generated for some political entity's treasury by taxation and other means.
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Tribute, service, or rent paid by a feudal tenant to a lord.
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Tariff means a tax.
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(Countable) An act of being disloyal; a betrayal.
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(Formal, uncountable) The will or desire of someone or some agency in power.
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The pleasure afforded by being entertained; amusement:
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The definition of amusement is the feeling you have when you see or hear something that makes you laugh or raises your spirits.
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Whatever one has to do
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A specific piece of work to be done for a set fee:
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Done with constant and careful attention
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Thorough and assiduous:
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Carrying down or out
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Of, relating to, or based on some binding ethical rule; deontological
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(Ethics) Of or relating to deontology.
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Necessary according to etiquette, protocol or fashion.
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The definition of diligent is hard working and done with painstaking effort.
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Dutiful
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Careful to fulfill obligations.
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(Genetics) Of a generation or generations descending from a specific previous one.
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Alternative spelling of gung ho.
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The definition of imperative is something that has authority or is absolutely necessary.
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(Zoology) Bent downwards so that the ends touch, or rest on, something else.
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Faithful to those persons, ideals, etc. that one is under obligation to defend, support, or be true to
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Characterized by very precise, conscientious attention to details.
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Of the nature of an obligation; compulsory:
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Of or relating to a pastor or the duties of a pastor:
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Pertaining to preemption.
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The definition of punctilious describes someone that is careful with all the details of behavior.
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Persevering and constant in effort or application; assiduous.
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The state of being accountable; liability to be called on to render an account; accountableness; responsible for; answerable for.
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The duty that was owed by a vassal to his feudal lord
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Submission or courteous respect given to another, often in recognition of authority.
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(Ethics) The ethical study of duties, obligations, and rights, with an approach focusing on the rightness or wrongness of actions themselves and not on the goodness or badness of the consequences of those actions.
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(Countable) A person's name, address and other personal information.
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Excise is defined as a tax charged on certain items or goods.
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(Archaic) Loyalty; fidelity
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Good name; reputation:
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(Sports) The weight a horse must carry in a handicap race.
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Something incumbent, as a duty or obligation
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More generally, a debt or other legal obligation to pay an assessed amount (for example, taxes).
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Benevolent, honorable behavior considered to be the responsibility of persons of high birth or rank.
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A material object that physically exists.
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Responsibility for a wrong; blame
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A devout act, thought, or statement.
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Something given or held as security to guarantee payment of a debt or fulfillment of an obligation.
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The definition of a promise is a statement given by someone that he will do as he said, or it can refer to a person's potential.
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The reason for which something is done, or the reason it is done in a particular way.
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Respect means a feeling or show of honor or esteem for someone or something.
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A character or part played by a performer or actor.
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A change of workers, now specifically a set group of workers or period of working time
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A length of time spent in a particular way, especially doing a job or fulfilling a duty:
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A tax or charge for a privilege, esp. for permission to pass over a bridge, along a highway, etc.
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(Nautical) A sailor's spell of work at the helm, usually two hours long.
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The part of the crew on duty during any such period
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The act of granting another the power to act on one’s behalf.
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To appoint; to assign; to choose.
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To serve as an officiant at (a ceremony):
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The quality of being faithless
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The act of violating the confidence of another, usually for personal gain.
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An instance of being eccentrically variable or fickle.
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The act or state of deliberately not paying attention or caring about; misregard.
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A time during which male elephants exhibit increased levels of sexual activity and aggressiveness (also musth)
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A condition of poverty or misfortune:
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(Computers) A computer program designed for a specific task or use.
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The state of working for another under a contract of hire that provides that one’s services are subject to the other’s direction and control.
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The need, opportunity, or occasion to use
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(American) Alternative spelling of utilisation.
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An assessment is defined as a declaration of the value of a property, often for tax purposes.
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Money, property, or troops levied.
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The condition of being put to use
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A wealthy person, family, or group:
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A paying or being paid; payment
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(Uncountable) Political maneuvers or diplomacy between people, groups, or organizations, especially involving power, influence or conflict.
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(Chiefly fiction) A personification of the moral sense of right and wrong, usually in the form of a person, a being or merely a voice that gives moral lessons and advices.
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A function or duty assigned to someone, esp. as an essential part of his or her work or position
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A scripted piece of entertainment, especially in a nightclub or theater:
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