do (v.) Old form(s): doe , doo
perform, play one's part, act
MA II.i.104[masked Ursula to masked Antonio, of Antonio] You could never do him so ill-well unless you were the very man
MND I.ii.23[Bottom to all, of performing Pyramus] If I do it, let the audience look to their eyes!
MND I.ii.64[Quince to Snug, of playing the lion] You may do it extempore; for it is nothing but roaring
TC IV.ii.26[Cressida to Pandarus] You bring me to do - and then you flout me too
TC IV.ii.28[Pandarus to Cressida] what have I brought you to do? [with bawdy pun]
Tim III.ii.50[Lucius to Servilius, of lending money] I am not able to do
TNK II.ii.57[Third Countryman to the others, of their dance] do sweetly
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