Origin of doer
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Examples from the Web for doer
Galon comes across as a doer for liberal causes, even if she does not always make headlines.Meretz Appeals To Smart Secular Women
January 17, 2013
In short, he was indispensable for the fulfillment of the Obama Project, a Doer in a team of Dreamers.America's Prime Minister
September 28, 2010
And he named himself: He's a doer—a credible doer, living on practical achievement, not fumes.The Mayors Who Can Revive America
September 20, 2010
As one Russian newspaper enthused, Medvedev wants “to prove that he is a doer and not just a talker.”Is Democracy Dead in Russia?
April 3, 2010
You've made me your butt, your fool, your doer of trivial offices.Viviette
William J. Locke
It is a watcher more than a doer, and it is a doer, only that it may the better watch.Nature
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Once he took Loki with him, Loki, the doer of good and the doer of evil.
Then Loki, the doer of good and the doer of evil, flew to where Iduna was sitting and spoke to her.
All went except Loki, the doer of good and the doer of evil.
- a person or thing that does something or acts in a specified mannera doer of good
- an active or energetic person
- a thriving animal, esp a horse
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Word Origin and History for doer
c.1300, agent noun from do.
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