'DEED is a palindrome (it reads the same backward as forward).
It also appears in the following palindromes:
- Doom an evil deed, liven a mood.
- Live not on evil deed, live not on evil.
- To get a mason is a cotton tub deed, but not to casinos a mate got.
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Definition of the adverb 'DEED
What does 'DEED mean as an attribute of something other than a noun?
- [informal] indeed
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Quotes about 'DEED
A deed to do that has been done,
Is best left to be discovered...
Than to await to get approval,
By those who will debate...
Why a deed done to do,
With a doing...
To disapprove of the doer.
As the deed done goes undiscussed,
Not to be mentioned. (Lawrence S. Pertillar)
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