Definition: consider; ponder; ADJ: done on purpose; slow
Definition: consider; ponder; ADJ: done on purpose; slow
Sentences Containing 'deliberate'
``Then you mean to tell me, Mr. Lorry,''said Stryver, squaring his elbows,``that it is your deliberate opinion that the young lady at present in question is a mincing Fool?''
One would think, that a deliberate and practical denial of its authority was the only offence never contemplated by government; else, why has it not assigned its definite, its suitable and proportionate, penalty?
But no, the distribution of a population along its banks was as calm and deliberate and time devouring a process as the discovery and exploration had been.
O'Connor stepped into the bank, got a shot gun, took deliberate aim at General Mabry and fired.
Nobody ever saw a dog make a fair and deliberate exchange of one bone for another with another dog.
They are as wise, however, as if they had all been dictated by the most deliberate wisdom.
When the people of one state were admitted to the right of citizenship in another, they had no other means of exercising that right, but by coming in a body to vote and deliberate with the people of that other state.
The nature of the universe did once certainly before it was created, whatsoever it hath done since, deliberate and so resolve upon the creation of the world.
"Yes," says the duke, kinder slow and deliberate and sarcastic, "WE did."
Here then, from three impartial witnesses, I had a deliberate statement of the entire case.
Look now at Stubb; a man who from his humorous, deliberate coolness and equanimity in the direst emergencies, was specially qualified to excel in pitchpoling.
One would think, that a deliberate and practical denial of its authority was the only offense never contemplated by its government; else, why has it not assigned its definite, its suitable and proportionate, penalty?
Having charged 'deliberate misrepresentation', they needed to prove 'deliberate misrepresentation'.
The European plant Digitalis purpurea is an introduced species, the way of its introduction is not known, either deliberate or accidental. Fauna.
Women are needed to deliberate, resolve, and initiate laws."
Nothing more than a terribly produced mess of tragic rock-star baiting and deliberate discordance.
A growing body of scientific evidence indicates that indigenous people had significant effects on mammal populations by hunting and on vegetation patterns through deliberate burning.
The deliberate evocation of the Solomonic Temple was further reinforced by the preponderance of motifs such as palm trees, pomegranates and lilies in the church's decoration.
No note was found to indicate suicide, and no conclusion was reached as to whether her death was the result of a deliberate or an accidental overdose.
The "Linga Purana" and the "Mahabharata" emphasize the sex change of Ila to be a deliberate act of Shiva to start the Lunar Dynasty.
Slow lorises are slow and deliberate climbers and rarely come to the ground.
Unlike formal discrimination, interpersonal discrimination is often not an overt or deliberate act of racism.
The Federal Trade Commission cautions consumers to be aware of "impostor" websites that have similar names or are deliberate misspellings of the real name.
Smaller stature may be a deliberate goal of breeding programs, or it may be a side effect of other breeding goals.
Humans have encouraged the deliberate development of dwarf breeds of many domestic animals, including horses, cattle, dogs, and chickens.
Even in breeds which have not been selected for dwarfing, some genetic lines may show a tendency to produce dwarfs, which may be encouraged by deliberate breeding.
According to the "strategia della tensione" theory, this was deliberate.
This is the first deliberate and formal endorsement of latitudinarian opinions in the article of the Trinity by the collective authority of any tolerated section of English dissent.
With the help of a slave, Cletus (Carl Jackson), he learns that the test firing is deliberate disinformation, manufactured for suspected Union sympathizers.
It is thought, however, that at one time it also had a dedication to St Andrew, possibly as a deliberate means of avoiding the displeasure of invading Scots.
Following a deliberate break from media scrutiny, Williams released his seventh album "Rudebox" in October 2006 to great public anticipation.
A deliberate effort is usually made to select students from a diverse background.
Ibsen wrote "Peer Gynt" in deliberate disregard of the limitations that the conventional stagecraft of the 19th century imposed on drama.
Further the association went on to say that "it is a deliberate humiliation to the community and its staple food ‘ragi ball’ (Mudde)."
The Cabildo called the commanders to deliberate with them.
The last, also known as the "Goliad Massacre", included the deliberate slaughter of Texans who had surrendered.
His basic charge was that their collective advice was deliberate sabotage to undermine the ABA so they could make this move to set up their own governing body and destroy the ABA.
The goal of total institutions is resocialization which radically alters residents' personalities through deliberate manipulation of their environment.
In this case the crisis is considered deliberate.
Some tear-jerking scenes appear deliberate on the director's part".
This was a deliberate decision on the part of Lennon and McCartney while preparing the sequencing of the songs for the album.
It is the classic denunciation of appeasement, which it defined as the "deliberate surrender of small nations in the face of Hitler's blatant bullying."
The Japanese whalers blamed Sea Shepherd for the crash, characterizing the incident as a "deliberate ramming."
Many commentators viewed this as a sign that Hutton's reserve had slipped in the critical situation, but Alan Gibson believes it was a deliberate ploy to inspire Compton.
Critics say that the Institute is conducting a deliberate disinformation campaign.
my intentions with this work were not to deliberate on the condition of Photojournalism nor on the need to claim artistic authorship over pictures.
It was not known if this was deliberate, or if orders had simply not gotten to the troops in the city yet.
He claims: "It is difficult to accuse these sources, or the first believers, of deliberate fraud.
What is more, through a deliberate indiscretion by Laura's flatmate Ruth, he learns that Laura is divorced.
The international character of ICCI reflects a deliberate application of this mission statement.
More Vocab Wordspendant - (pendent) hanging down from something; pending; N: ornament (hanging from a necklace etc.)
abject - (of a condition) wretched; as low as possible; lacking pride; very humble; showing lack of self-respect; Ex. abject apology
specious - seemingly reasonable but incorrect; misleading (often intentionally)
stifle - suppress; extinguish; inhibit; smother or suffocate
rift - narrow opening in a large mass; break in a friendly relation; Ex. through a rift in the clouds; OP. reconcilation
demean - disgrace; humiliate; debase in dignity; behave
latch - fastening or lock consisting of a movable bar that fits into a notch; V: close with a latch
pulpit - raised platform used in preaching (in a church)
pulmonary - pertaining to the lungs
delirium - mental disorder marked by confusion; uncontrolled excitement; ADJ. delirious