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A legally enforceable written document that outlines and describes the boundaries of a property.


 

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
deed (noun)
1.
something that is done - evil deeds
2.
a usually illustrious act or action - feat exploit a hero's daring deeds
3.
the act of performing - action righteous in word and in deed
4.
a signed and usually sealed instrument containing some legal transfer, bargain, or contract
deed (verb)
transitive verb
to convey or transfer by deed
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
deed (noun)
1.
an act of notable skill, strength, or cleverness
SYNONYMS:
deed, exploit, number, stunt, tour de force, trick
RELATED WORDS:
accomplishment, achievement, attainment, coup, success, triumph; adventure; performance
deed (noun)
2.
something done by someone
SYNONYMS:
act, deed, doing, exploit, feat, thing
RELATED WORDS:
accomplishment, achievement, attainment; adventure, experience; emprise, enterprise, initiative, undertaking; handiwork, performance, work; stunt, trick; activity, dealing; maneuver, measure, move, operation, procedure, proceeding, step, tactic; coaction
deed (verb)
to give over the legal possession or ownership of
SYNONYMS:
alien, alienate, assign, cede, convey, deed, make over
RELATED WORDS:
bequeath, hand down, leave, pass (down), will; bestow, commend, commit, confer, contribute, deliver, donate, grant, hand over, move, pass, present, release, relinquish, surrender, transmit, turn in, turn over, vest, yield; consign, entrust ( intrust), trust; lease, lend, let [], loan, rent
NEAR ANTONYMS:
expropriate
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