Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In very deed; in good truth; indeed.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Big companies, often seen as profit-hungry behemoths, can be seen as generous good-deed drivers.

    Companies' Good Deeds Resonate with Consumers

  • Whatever it was, I sure hoped my good-deed karma was racking up the bonus points.

    The Haunted

  • Part of that was his ex-lawman, good-deed mentality.

    Silver Zombie

  • ANDERSON: The main character on NBC ` s hit show "My Name Is Earl" is on a perpetual good-deed quest that was initially financed by his lottery winnings.

    CNN Transcript Mar 26, 2007

  • Many legends of the negative side of good-deed doing circulate among the Taiwanese.

    The Soy Sauce Factory

  • One good snow story: my wife and I racked up a bunch of good-deed points helping folks push their cars out of snow banks.

    Foot of Snow Blankets C'ville at cvillenews.com

  • It's the brainchild of Courtney Martin, a South of Market writer who dreamed up the idea four years ago in New York and has handed out a stack of her own $100 bills every year to select good-deed doers who agree to dream up unusual ways to use the dough.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • Still, Steven J. Puig, the bank's vice president for private sector operations, said there was a good-deed side to investing in Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Anyway, in reality, there are no Mr. Perfect Evil-doer and Mr.Perfect good-deed existing in this world. write novel with an element driven by the nature of the characters lured towards your preplanned ending.

    The Global Perspective

  • Area volunteers make a difference Students, neighbor groups, others go on a good-deed spree By Thelma Guerrero-Huston • Statesman Journal

    statesmanjournal.com - Top Stories

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