The noun exploit means the unusual, brave, or interesting act that someone has done.

Synonyms are accomplishment, achievement, attainment, or deed.

The word origins from Old French (late 14th century) esploit meaning “a carrying out; achievement, result; gain, advantage”, from Modern French (12th century) exploit used in the sense of “action, deed, profit, achievement”, and from Latin explicitum meaning “a thing settles, ended, or displayed”. It is derived from ex meaning “out” plus plicare meaning “to fold”.

His next exploit was the travel he did in Canada.

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Does Sir Melvin know about her exploit?