deliberately

[ adjective dih-lib-er-it; verb dih-lib-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF deliberately

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DELIBERATELY

Mike had deliberately interposed his body between Allis and the doorway.

Deliberately he withdrew his attention from the unessentials.

He was right: he shot as deliberately as he ever did at the butts.

She spoke coldly and deliberately, "It's not a question of hurry," she replied.

Of course, Martin had not meant to disappoint her, nor deliberately hurt her.

Mr. M'Leod then deliberately settled our plan of operations.

So I deliberately ran after you, changing when we stopped at Newington.

Deliberately insolent, Kirkwood turned his back to the woman.

Vernon knew it and sometimes he deliberately tried to let her charm him.

At last he spoke again, slowly, deliberately, and without emotion.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR DELIBERATELY

voluntarily

adverbof one's own free will
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