good deed

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The Frog enjoyed the water amazingly, and swam croaking about, as if he had done a good deed.
People often do a good deed without hope of reward, but for an evil deed they always demand payment.
It hurt me to think the master should be made uncomfortable by his own good deed.
But these small wares, and petty points, of cunning, are infinite; and it were a good deed to make a list of them; for that nothing doth more hurt in a state, than that cunning men pass for wise.
Then Mary is here for some innocent purpose, to do a good deed that were better undone, as it so scares her.
You came here and did a good deed," said Dolly, looking intently at her.
I continued in that strain for a long while, pointing out to Bachmatoff how impossible it is to follow up the effects of any isolated good deed one may do, in all its influences and subtle workings upon the heart and after-actions of others.
I pray you of dear love, reverend father,'' she replied in his own language, ``that you will deign to visit with your ghostly comfort a wounded prisoner of this castle, and have such compassion upon him and us as thy holy office teaches Never shall good deed so highly advantage thy convent.
And Good Deeds consents to go with him on the dread journey.
Good deeds never go unrewarded, nor does virtue ever fail to win the crown of divine justice, be it early or be it late.
Whether to admit Hercules among us or not, concerning this I long remained dubious: for though according to the Greek mythologies, that antique Crockett and Kit Carson --that brawny doer of rejoicing good deeds, was swallowed down and thrown up by a whale; still, whether that strictly makes a whaleman of him, that might be mooted.
During the intervals of the ceremony, the principal chiefs, who officiate as priests, instruct them in their duties, and exhort them to virtue and good deeds.