Third-person singular simple present indicative form of action.(verb)
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Use "actions" in a sentence
"While to an untrained mind, diplomatic speak may sometimes appear to favour Israel - although consideration of the full context almost always reveals a consistent failure to condemn PA/Arab actions - Britain's diplomatic * actions* (rather than words) reveal, if not anti-Israel bias, certainly pro-PA/Arab bias."
"This Faith maketh not Christ a Justifier of thy person, but of thy actions; and of thy person for thy actions sake, which is false."
"I only speak of actions which they perform voluntarily or freely (_actions qu'ils font de leur plein gré_)."