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what are you doing


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  • Used to ask what the interlocutor is currently doing.


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  • Leaning over the high porch railing, Harry Chamberlain looked down into the flowering shrubbery surrounding his oceanfront cottage and asked, "Young woman, what are you doing down there?"

    Hero Come Back

  • “What ... the ... what are you doing here, Olivia?” he gasped.


  • tmarkoff: So, what are you doing on the computer at 10 at night?

    Hit Reply

  • So what are you doing way over in the Adelaide Group?

    Command Decision

  • 'My dear Brim, what are you doing here at this dreadful hour?

    A Murder of Quality

  • And I was all, "I live here, bone-smoker, what are you doing here?

    You Suck

  • “You little rascal, what are you doing in those 'secesh' clothes?”

    The Life of Hon William F Cody

  • When finally he lurched and strained into the taverna and collapsed in a seat, Pelagia detached herself from the Walkman, switched it expertly to rewind, and demanded, 'And what are you doing here with that?'

    Captain Corelli's Mandolin

  • And they're all, "So, what are you doing with your piercings and your magenta-on-black hair, and what can we do to further repress your creativity?

    You Suck


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