I share a powerful distaste for characters like Al Sharpton, who deliberately play on the racial anxieties of Americans.
The CIA and FBI and all the other Western intelligence agencies say that the ISI was deliberately harboring him.
I find it troubling,” Schapiro said, “that the SEC might have been deliberately excluded.
Many of these assertions are deliberately vague, claiming to “support gut health” or “support a healthy immune system.”
The alternative outcomes were that the committee found that James Murdoch or Rupert Murdoch misled them deliberately.
I saw a child, four years old, deliberately shot in the arm by a soldier.
Uncle Bill removed his spectacles and polished them deliberately.
The Volunteers had deliberately left in abeyance controversies which the Labour Army wished to fight out in advance.
Then he crossed to the hall door, which was shut, and deliberately bolted it.
"Let me see if I could take aim," said Joe, deliberately pointing his musket through the loophole.
early 15c., "done with careful consideration," from Latin deliberatus "resolved upon, determined," past participle of deliberare (see deliberation). Meaning "slow, consciously unhurried" is attested by 1590s. Related: Deliberately.
1540s, from Latin deliberatus, past participle of deliberare (see deliberation). Related: Deliberated; deliberating.