1 (usually doings) The activities in which a particular person engages: the latest doings of television stars
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- While the doings of ‘private contractors’ still pop up in articles about prisoner abuse, what such mercenary outfits are up to on the home front is hardly ever mentioned.
- Governments should not grant marriage licenses, or otherwise keep record of their citizens' private doings.
- Well, it's wonderful the way in which the doings of American royalty are getting mixed on the show with those of British royalty.
be someone's doing
- Be the creation or fault of the person named: he looked at Lisa as though it was all her doingMore example sentences
- Carving them had been her brilliant idea, but the practical aspect as well as the definite creation had been my doing.
- I know you are wondering why your middle name is Sophie and you were told that was Julian's doing.
- The second and third times were her doing, so I can hardly regret those.