troubleshooting Question

How to use 'usermod' command to add user's login directory

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hi, everybody:
    When I created a new user account with useradd command, I found the user directory was not created, because I didn't use any options in the useradd command. Now, I want to add the new user's login directory with 'usermod' command. But it doesn't work, look:

   sudo usermod -d /home/newuser newuser
   sudo usermod -d -m /home/newuser newuser
 
   The commands above don't work, The directory wasn't created. How should I do?
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