How to Pronounce deed?

Correct pronunciation for the word "deed" is [dˈiːd], [dˈiːd], [d_ˈiː_d].

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"Deed" in context

A deed is a written document that serves as legal proof of a right, privilege, or agreement. It is essentially a contract, but with more specifically defined language. Deeds are often used in property-related transactions, such as buying and selling real estate, transferring title, and transferring control or ownership of a business. When an individual sells a deed, it is usually done through the use of an attorney or other conveyancer who can process and execute the document for the two parties involved.

What are similar-sounding words for deed?

Usage over time for deed:

This graph shows how "deed" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

8 words made out of letters DEED

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