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Definition of done:

  1. Given; executed; issued; made public; - used chiefly in the clause giving the date of a proclamation or public act.
  2. It is done or agreed; let it be a match or bargain; - used elliptically.
  3. of Do.
  4. p. p. from Do, and formerly the infinitive.
  5. Performed; executed; finished.

Synonyms:

washed-out, burned, nonextant, bidden, agreed, mission accomplished, battered, down, borne, tapped out, fried, concluded, awoken, beaten, expired, deviled, ability, past, prostrate, ruined, all in, beat, through with, kaput, worn-out, al dente, up, washed-up, raw, wearied, logy, start, drained, rendered, doomed, cooked, OK, bitten, played out, ended, begat, have, curried, begun, prepared, breaded, wrought, anymore, burned-out, of course, wiped out, done in, befell, part, exactly, be, worn, au naturel, defunct, finished, bade, bushed, deep-fried, vanished, dead, precisely, absolutely, do, began, fulfilled, ate, bleary, over with, at an end, knackered, cold, arose, bypast, yes, awoke, tuckered, determined, approved, exhausted, aweary, settled, sunk, unfinished, bygone, ready, jaded, spent, tired, perfected, arisen, bestrode, begotten, became, completed, gone, hot, done for, fatigued, great, over, stewed, blown, departed, befallen, baked, through, realized, bestridden, limp, been, pooped, terminated, right.

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