He might be deemed eligible by you and might be disposed to respond to this proposal.
Poor Miss Flite deemed it necessary to be so courtly and polite, as a mark of her respect for the army, and to curtsy so very often that it was no easy matter to get her out of the court.
Now, Skimpole wishes to think well of Bucket; Skimpole deems it essential, in its little place, to the general cohesion of things, that he SHOULD think well of Bucket.
A habit in him of speaking to the poor and of avoiding patronage or condescension or childishness (which is the favourite device, many people deeming it quite a subtlety to talk to them like little spelling books) has put him on good terms with the woman easily.
Sir Leicester, deeming it time to dismiss the officer, here majestically interposes with the words, "Very good.
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The producer deemed her too old to play the role.
The chemical was deemed unsafe to use in children’s products.