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deliberate
used in Wuthering Heights

11 uses
  • I'd rather be three months ill, than hear you frame a deliberate lie.'
    Chapter 24 (16% in)
  • By this curious turn of disposition I have gained the reputation of deliberate heartlessness; how undeserved, I alone can appreciate.
    Chapter 1 (64% in)
  • 'And you told a deliberate untruth!' he said.
    Chapter 8 (91% in)
  • 'I didn't!' she cried, recovering her speech; 'I did nothing deliberately.
    Chapter 8 (92% in)
  • He would have recoiled still more had he been aware that her attachment rose unsolicited, and was bestowed where it awakened no reciprocation of sentiment; for the minute he discovered its existence he laid the blame on Heathcliff's deliberate designing.
    Chapter 10 (61% in)
  • A deliberate deceiver.'
    Chapter 11 (27% in)
  • I did not relish the notion of deliberately fastening myself in with Heathcliff.
    Chapter 13 (53% in)
  • I happened to leave him ten minutes yesterday afternoon, and in that interval he fastened the two doors of the house against me, and he has spent the night in drinking himself to death deliberately!
    Chapter 17 (92% in)
  • Miss Cathy — conversant with no bad deeds except her own slight acts of disobedience, injustice, and passion, arising from hot temper and thoughtlessness, and repented of on the day they were committed — was amazed at the blackness of spirit that could brood on and cover revenge for years, and deliberately prosecute its plans without a visitation of remorse.
    Chapter 21 (71% in)
  • How can you deliberately get up such paltry falsehoods?
    Chapter 22 (69% in)
  • Besides, of all, he has selected my favourite pieces that I love the most to repeat, as if out of deliberate malice.'
    Chapter 31 (54% in)

There are no more uses of "deliberate" in Wuthering Heights.

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