Definition of Deedful

1. a. Full of deeds or exploits; active; stirring.



Definition of Deedful

1. Adjective. Full of deeds or exploits; active; stirring. ¹

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Definition of Deedful

1. marked by exploits [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deedful

deduplication
deduster
dee
deech
deed
deed of conveyance
deed of trust
deed over
deed poll
deedbox
deede
deeded
deeder
deedes
deedest
deedful (current term)
deedholder
deedholders
deedier
deediest
deedily
deeding
deedless
deeds
deeds poll
deedy
deef
deein
deeing
deejay

Literary usage of Deedful

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1. Westminster Sermons: Sermons on Special Occasions Preached in Westminster Abbey by Arthur Penrhyn Stanley (1882)
"deedful," indeed, it was, full of daring deeds which belong rather to a soldier than to a statesman, deeds which will make the hearts of Englishmen beat for ..."

2. Allen's Synonyms and Antonyms by Frederic Sturges Allen (1920)
"As implying power or potency in producing results: efficacious, effectual, efficient, good (of persons), perficient (rare), prevalent (rare), deedful (rare) ..."

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