good, do one Old form(s): doe
make prosper, enable to succeed
2H6 I.ii.77[Duchess to Hume, of Jourdain and Bolingbroke] will they undertake to do me good?
3H6 III.ii.38[Edward to Lady Grey, of her children] would you not do much to do them good?
MA I.i.269[Claudio to Don Pedro] your highness now may do me good
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