And he deliberately keeps it up till I bust out and say a lot of things I don’t mean.
He plodded into the house, deliberately went to the refrigerator and rifled it.
Eathorne looked at him deliberately, hesitated, and gave him a nod more contemptuous than a direct cut.
At the Roughnecks’ Table at the club, Verg Gunch talked of the Good Citizens’ League and (it seemed to Babbitt) deliberately left him out of the invitations to join.
Fact, I think a fellow that’s willing to deliberately up and profit by lying ought to be shot!"
They furnished Babbitt with many happy evenings of discussion, during which he announced firmly, "I’m not strait-laced, and I don’t mind seeing a fellow throw in a drink once in a while, but when it comes to deliberately trying to get away with a lot of hell-raising all the while like the Doppelbraus do, it’s too rich for my blood!"
All the boys at the Athletic Club and the Boosters’ are sore, the way you go on deliberately touting Doane and his bunch of hell-hounds, and talking about being liberal—which means being wishy-washy—and even saying this preacher guy Ingram isn’t a professional free-love artist.
There are no more uses of "deliberate" in the book.