- doenitz, karl,
- doer and gone,
- doerfler-stewart test,
- does, doesn't,
Origin of doer
Examples from the Web for doer
Galon comes across as a doer for liberal causes, even if she does not always make headlines.
In short, he was indispensable for the fulfillment of the Obama Project, a Doer in a team of Dreamers.
And he named himself: He's a doer—a credible doer, living on practical achievement, not fumes.
As one Russian newspaper enthused, Medvedev wants “to prove that he is a doer and not just a talker.”
In Old Bactrian, Huvarezyanha means the doer of a kind action.The History of Antiquity|Max Duncker
And yet, for all that, it is not right that the doer of injustice such as thine should escape scot-free.Bubbles of the Foam|Unknown
On the tomb of the doer of this havoc is written, with an unconscious sarcasm, "Multum ei debet ecclesia Wellensis."History of the Cathedral Church of Wells|Edward A. Freeman
The doer must suffer,” said the Greeks: “you would soothe a Deity not to be soothed.
They wove no mild sort of halo for the head of a shillelagh-flourishing Whitechapel Countess descended from the writer and doer.The Amazing Marriage, Complete|George Meredith
c.1300, agent noun from do.