Smerdyakov turned a deliberate, unmoved glance upon him.
The elder distinctly and deliberately bowed down at Dmitri’s feet till his forehead touched the floor.
She raised it deliberately to her lips.
You have tortured me too deliberately for me to be able to forgive you at this moment.
"His honor is still asleep," he articulated deliberately ("You were the first to speak, not I," he seemed to say).
"What is it you want of me, sir?" said the old man, deliberately, distinctly, severely, but courteously, when he was at last seated.
He spoke little, and with reserve, waited to be questioned, answered precisely and deliberately.
"The door stood open, and your father’s murderer undoubtedly went in at that door, and, having accomplished the crime, went out again by the same door," the prosecutor pronounced deliberately, as though chiseling out each word separately.
"Good morning, if you are not laughing at me," he said deliberately in reply.
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"I had to go to the cellar anyway, several times a day, indeed," Smerdyakov drawled deliberately.
"Your hands keep twitching," observed Smerdyakov, and he deliberately unfolded the bundle himself.
He knew the old man’s habit of talking slowly and deliberately, regardless of the impression he was making and of the delay he was causing, and highly prizing his flat, dull and always gleefully complacent German wit.
There are no more uses of "deliberate" in the book.