Definition of well-doing in English:

well-doing

noun

  • 1The action or fact of conducting oneself well; good, proper, or virtuous conduct.

  • 2In plural Good deeds; virtuous actions.

  • 3The fact or condition of doing well or thriving; welfare, good health; prosperity, success. Compare "well-being", well-doing. Now archaic and rare.

adjective

  • 1That behaves in an admirable or righteous manner; †valiant (obsolete); beneficent; diligent in performance of work or duty; virtuous, respectable. Now rare.

  • 2Scottish and Irish English (northern). Prosperous, successful; thriving.

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in The Wycliffite Bible (early version). From well + doing<br>Old English; earliest use found in King Alfred (c848–899), king of the West Saxons and of the Anglo-Saxons. From well + doing, present participle of do.

Pronunciation

well-doing

/ˌwɛlˈduːɪŋ//ˈwɛlduːɪŋ/