One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘He is a soldier, for whom sending people out to war, to risk life and limb in the service of do-goodery is a prescription for lots of dead soldiers, limitless commitments, and frustrated hopes.’
- ‘All of these books contain the author staggering and swearing his way through the messes of socialism and do-goodery in our country and elsewhere.’
- ‘The fans are similarly filled with a spirit of do-goodery.’
- ‘An image of wholesome do-goodery, of scrubbed cheeks and Norman Rockwell freshness, rose obediently in my mind.’
- ‘What we heard was lovely, and filled the park with a rolling ambience of peace and do-goodery.’
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