Words and phrases that have a meaning related to do:   (205 results)

undo, unmake

Often used in the same context:
go, get, serve, can, take, believe, makes, respond, man, none, compare, put, think, try, long, nothing, buy, carry, j, pass, todo, wealthy, wealthier, wealthiest, affluent, propertied, fearing, indigent, poorest, respectable, elderly, hardworking, impoverished, poorer, underprivileged, enterprising, needy, povertystricken, bereaved, middleclass

More specific:
act, act as, act involuntarily, act reflexively, ad-lib, admit, appear, backslap, blaze away, bluster, bob, break down, breed, bridge over, bungle, call forth, carry, cast, churn out, click off, conduct, cut, cut corners, determine, direct, do one's best, engender, evoke, exaggerate, extemporise, extemporize, follow, footle, force, freeze, frivol, function, give one's best, glaucomys sabrinus, go all out, go around, go a long way, hugger mugger, impel, improvise, incite, influence, initiate, interpret, jest, joke, keep going, kick up, lead, lose it, make, make as if, measure up, menace, misdo, motivate, move, northern flying squirrel, occasion, overdo, piffle, pioneer, pipe up, play, ply, practice, practise, premier, premiere, prompt, propel, provoke, puff up, quack, qualify, rage, ramp, regulate, rehearse, render, romanticize, sauce, scamp, sentimentalise, sentimentalize, serenade, serve, shamanize, shape, sight-read, spawn, star, stooge, storm, swagger, swash, swell, take up, tide over, trifle, turn in, turn to, wanton, wave

More general:
accomplish, carry out, carry through, create, doctor's degree, doctorate, do work, execute, fulfil, fulfill, go, groom, live up to, locomote, make, move, neaten, party, pass, proceed, satisfy, solfa syllable, spend, travel, work

act, answer, arrange, bash, behave, brawl, carry out, cause, coif, coiffe, coiffure, come, doctor of osteopathy, doh, dress, execute, exercise, fare, get along, make, make out, manage, perform, practice, practise, serve, set, suffice, ut

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