do (v.) Old form(s): doe
convey, deliver, transmit
Oth III.ii.2[Othello to Iago, of the pilot] by him do my duties to the senate
WT V.ii.56[Third Gentleman to all, of the meeting between Leontes and Polixenes] I never heard of such another encounter, which ... undoes description to do it [i.e. makes it impossible for description to do justice to it]
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