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Definition of "deedy" [deed•y]

  • Industrious; active. (adjective)
  • Earnest; serious. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "deedy" in a sentence
  • "“Deedy is, deedy is, deedy is, deedy is,” repeated the parrot in a very angry voice about a dozen times under his shawl, and while the old lady was remonstrating with her too talkative companion their tickets were taken and they ran into the Hinxton Station."
  • "Instead of a Baron there stood Jim, white-waistcoated, demure, every hair in place, and, if she mistook not, even a deedy spark in his eye."
  • "Whereas if only she had been dishonest, and therefore commonplace, she would either have chucked her given word to the devil, or the deep grey sea over which she stood, and cleared for her own happiness and a marriage licence; or kept her word in one sense while making deedy little plans of triangular pattern for future reference."