Doing-and in a sentence

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How to use doing-and in a sentence. Doing-and pronunciation.

You're right-that is what he is doing-and it isn't clean sport.
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How shall he find a work which he is competent to do, and likes to do, and may be supported by doing-and at the same time have a chance to grow; to enter into the large, free culture-life of the world?
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She only answered in a troubled sort of way that she thought every body, somehow or other, might in time find enough to do-to be happy in doing-and she was trying to put her meaning into more connected and intelligible form, when, greatly to her relief, Malcom entered the library.
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Mr. Spenlow, settling his chin in his cravat and rubbing it softly, went over the items with a deprecatory air-as if it were all Jorkins's doing-and handed it back to Tiffey with a bland sigh.
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And whilst, breathless with parted lips and galloping bosom, she observed me, something near akin to terror in her eyes, I stamped about that room and raved and heaped abuse and recriminations upon myself, ending by going down upon my knees to her, imploring her forgiveness for the thing I had done-believing like a fatuous fool that it was all my doing-and imploring her still more passionately to leave me and to go.
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Again I was a Paul Pry,-we have to be, you know, if we're to do anything worth doing,-and I took him while he sat.
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He does not sentimentalize over poor women, as we know who scorns people for doing:-and that is better than hardness, meaning kindly.
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Examples of Doing-and

Example #1
To complete the scroll of her accomplishments, . . .
Example #2
I'm half afraid of him tonight.
Example #3
The complaint of the working-man, when really analyzed, runs down to this: I do income-work, but it does not bring me bread enough to live.
Example #4
How shall the working-man lay hold on the best that life can give?
Example #5
Malcolm, being so necessary and close a personal attendant on the earl, always came and went about his master without any body's noticing him; but now Helen fancied he was making signals to her or to some one.
Example #6
All this Helen felt with her quick, feminine instinct, but she did not clearly understand it, and she could not reason about it at all.