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act something done, esp. a specific instance; deed. [1/14 definitions]
affront an openly insulting deed or remark. [1/4 definitions]
benefaction a good deed to the benefit of a person or institution, often a charitable organization. [1/2 definitions]
conspire to secretly agree, plan, or act to perform (a crime or other deed). [1/3 definitions]
deed to transfer (property) by a deed. [1/4 definitions]
deedless combined form of deed.
disjunctive something such as an expression or deed that concerns alternatives. [1/5 definitions]
escrow a bond or deed, money, property, or the like put into the keeping of a third party for delivery to the intended receiver after specified conditions have been met.
exploit1 a deed of daring or spirit; feat.
fait accompli (French) a completed deed or fact; something done or in effect.
indenture a legal deed or contract, esp. one in which the copies have matching indentations used for identification or authentication. [1/5 definitions]
kindliness a kindly action or deed. [1/2 definitions]
mention recognition for a deed or deeds. [1/3 definitions]
metes and bounds in law, the exact boundaries of a land area, as described in a deed.
record to cause (a vote, property deed, opinion, or the like) to be formally set down. [1/13 definitions]
suborn to induce (someone) to commit a crime or other corrupt deed. [1/2 definitions]
trick a mischievous deed; prank. [1/15 definitions]