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Dowell

/ (ˈdaʊəl) /
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noun
Sir Anthony. born 1943, British ballet dancer. He became director of the Royal Ballet in 1986
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do well

1

Prosper, thrive, succeed, as in He's done well in the market. [c. 1300]

2

do well to do something. Fare better or act prudently by doing something, as in She would do well to ask permission before she leaves. [Late 1400s]

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