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deliberate
used in The Great Gatsby

3 uses
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Definition
to do something intentionally (do it on purpose)
  • When I passed the ashheaps on the train that morning I had crossed deliberately to the other side of the car.
    p. 156.0
deliberately = intentionally
  • Her gray, sun-strained eyes stared straight ahead, but she had deliberately shifted our relations, and for a moment I thought I loved her.
    p. 58.7
  • deliberately = intentionally
  • I don't mean that he had traded on his phantom millions, but he had deliberately given Daisy a sense of security; he let her believe that he was a person from much the same stratum as herself — that he was fully able to take care of her.
    p. 149.5
deliberately = intentionally
There are no more uses of "deliberate" in The Great Gatsby.

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